Conor McGregor touched down in Las Vegas this week to prepare for the biggest fight of his career against UFC featherweight champion, Jose Aldo on July 11 in Nevada.
But the Dublin superstar isn’t going to be roughing it too much as he counts down to his clash with the Brazilian.
Yesterday he tweeted pictures of his temporary home for the next seven weeks and his new abode — like his persona — is showy, flamboyant and extravagant.
The property boasts seven bedrooms in a 12,000 square foot gated estate and McGregor has already christened the rental as ‘The Mac Mansion.’
McGregor tweeted: “Today I hit Las Vegas with my coach John and my entire team from Ireland. My team since day 1.
“This is the evolution of fight preparation. I have secured myself and my team a 7 bedroom, 12,000 square foot gated estate, just off the Las Vegas strip.”
The property, which wouldn’t look out of place on MTV Cribs, also boasts a pool, garage and a series of large luxurious communal areas.
Away from the Octagon, McGregor has proven equally successful in recent weeks promoting his own brand, signing an endorsement contract with Monster Energy, an energy drink manufacturer.
The agreement follows on from high profile link-ups with Reebok and Bud Light for the box-office Dubliner.