VIDEO | Conor McGregor flaunts plans for custom $3.4M yacht

Conor McGregor

Former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion Conor McGregor is a wealthy, wealthy man, and he’s not afraid to throw is money around.

The Irishman’s latest extravagant purchase, from the looks of it, is a customized, 75-foot yacht. See the Irishman flaunting plans for this yacht below.

According to a report from the Irish Mirror, this yacht is valued at €3 million, which is roughly $4.5 million USD. This behemoth vessel includes four cabins with multiple living spaces.

The newest member of the Conor McGregor fleet is described as “combining French savoir-faire, cutting edge technology, Italian aesthetics and unique design features that upends traditional design codes, offering an outstanding level of comfort and contemporary design.

“With multiple living spaces on deck, including a vast cockpit and an immense terrace on the flybridge, the yacht has been designed to fully enjoy being at sea, whether on open waters or at anchor.”

McGregor already has one other yacht, called The 188, named after the amount of money he used to receive when he was on social welfare in Crumlin, Dublin Ireland.

Conor McGregor last fought in early October, in the main event of the smashing UFC 229 pay-per-view. On that night, he attempted to reclaim the UFC lightweight title from reigning champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. Unfortunately for McGregor and his legions of dedicated fans, this mission did not go as planned, as he was thumped to a fourth-round submission loss by the champion.

McGregor’s next most recent fight occurred in the boxing ring, where he battled undefeated legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a headline dominating crossover fight. Although the Irishman put up a valiant effort, he was ultimately stopped by a volley of punches in the 10th round.

At present, McGregor is awaiting discipline from the Nevada State Athletic Commission, having been involved in a brawl with Khabib Nurmagomedov’s team after the UFC 229 main event. McGregor is expected to appear in front of the NSAC on January 29. A suspension and fine both seem likely.

Whatever the case, Conor McGregor certainly seems to plan on fighting again.

This article first appeared on BJPENN.COM on 1/28/2019.