CONOR MCGREGOR isn’t letting speculation about his future as a fighter stop him from enjoying his luxury yacht.
The MMA superstar’s planned year-end return against former three-time Bellator lightweight champion Michael Chandler is still up in the air.
But fighting seems to be the last thing on his mind as he enjoys another fancy vacation.
The UFC figurehead shared footage of himself sailing the seas in his £2.7million Lamborghini yacht, the $46million boatWednesday night followers.
McGregor – who wore an expensive-looking two-piece outfit – made love to life while navigating the waves and performing the classic ‘Still DRE’ by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg from 2001.
The 35-year-old’s accompanying caption – which included a tricolor emoji – read: “Mr. Ireland goes turbo.”
The legion of followers were quick to comment on the video, with one saying, “King.”
Another said: “Enjoy the fruits of your labor champion.”
And another said: “This guy lives a life that none of us can touch in our lives.”
“So just be thankful we can watch from our phones.”
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One remarked, “He still raps DRE with that deep Irish accent though.”
Another agreed: “This has never come close to being a real GTA character.”
Former two-division champion McGregor was apparently on track to make his comeback on December 16 in the final UFC pay-per-view card of the year against Chandler.
But the Dubliner missed that recentlyre-enroll in the United States Anti-Doping Agency’s testing pool – in which he must be for at least six months – to ensure a year-end return.
However, the UFC may grant an exception to the six-month written notice requirement.
Fan favorite McGregor has appeared to have steered clear of a clash with Chandler in recent weeks and has set his sights on a grudge duel with Justin Gaethje.
But UFC President Dana White insists the promotion will not deviate from her original plans for The Notorious.
The 54-year-old said Wednesday morning: “Yeah, he’s fighting Chandler.”
White added: “I spoke to Conor yesterday or the day before. And yes, he is ready to fight.”
“I said, ‘Listen, get fit and let’s find out.'”