Revealed: The staggering price of Conor McGregor’s outfit he donned during Monaco’s star-studded F1 race

There is no fighter in the UFC as stylish and flamboyant as Conor McGregor. The Notorious was one of the biggest stars in the game and has one of the gigantic fanbases in MMA history.

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At present, he is the richest fighter in the mixed martial arts world. He is also an extremely successful businessman, in addition to being the king of UFC pay-per-view.

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McGregor was recently on vacation in Monaco, where he attended the famous Formula 1 event, the Monaco Grand Prix. While on vacation, the Irish fighter looked stunning in a Versace ensemble the penalty $4,101. His exquisite outfit included the Versace silk “Acid Bouquet” print shirt and matching shorts, which he expertly adorned and paired with a set of white sneakers.

However, the multi-millionaire superstar didn’t wear ordinary white sneakers, he wore the logo-print sneakers from luxury designer brand Roberto Cavalli. The pair of sneakers is the penalty $1,103.

McGregor also rocked a stylish watch, the Rolex Day-Date, which is the penalty a staggering amount of $110,000.00. The watch he wore had a platinum case and a smooth bezel. Additionally, it has a President-style bracelet, an “Ice” blue dial, and baguette-cut diamond hour markers.

The Irishman’s outfit was worth a total of $78,454. McGregor wore this outfit casually on a day out in Monaco, showing just how insignificant $78,454 is for the millionaire fighter.

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Conor McGregor on his MMA career

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Conor McGregor hasn’t set foot in a UFC octagon after his horrific injury to Dustin Poirier last year. While attending the Monaco Grand Prix in Monaco, McGregor gave fans an update on his comeback in an interview.

McGregor spoke to Sky Sports and revealed he will be able to kick in some time and will start training intensively once he recovers. He also said that his boxing training and his body are doing well”good.” McGregor said, “Obviously my return will be inside the octagon for the UFC and mixed martial arts. This story is far from over. In fact, this story has only just been written, it’s not just the beginning – so that’s where I’ll be coming back.

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