Conor McGregor gave the UFC camera crew an MTV Cribs style tour of the amazing 'Mac Mansion' he stayed at during his training for the Chad Mendes fight and it's got me thinking about a career move into MMA.
The beautiful house features six bedrooms, a pool, a massive barbeque and an unfathomable 10 bathrooms - TEN BATHROOMS. Who needs that? That just seems like a nightmare making sure they've all got toilet paper in all the time. Fuck that.
The Las Vegas residence was McGregor's home from home back in 2015, and offered 11,460 square feet of absolutely luxury.
The house also a huge open-plan living room with a bunch of (ugly) couches and a telly on the wall. If chilling out in the massive living room wasn't relaxing enough, McGregor had his own masseuse. Vaseil, on-site.
I'm not sure on those couches, to be honest. They'd have to go. Credit: UFC
When asked what his favourite part of the 'Mac Mansion' is McGregor says 'that's an easy one - it has to be the three-floor elevator'. Fair enough, but it's called a lift, mate.
McGregor, who usually lives in Dublin with his other half Dee and their son, could probably easily afford to buy his own Las Vegas mansion with his pay out from his recent clash with 50-0 champ Floyd Mayweather.
Despite losing the fight in the 10th round, McGregor is rumoured to have picked up about $30million (£22million).
It's still not close to the rumoured $100million (£75million) Mayweather was reported to have gone home with, but not bad for a night's work.
I'm not the only one considering a career move into fighting here, am I, surely?
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