Team McGregor has moved out to sunny Nevada to prepare for UFC 189 and The Notorious' title bout with Brazil's Jose Aldo.
With the fight just over two months away (July 11), the Dubliner has moved his family and support team into a massive seven-bedroom mansion just off the Las Vegas strip.
McGregor posted a video of the seven-bedroom, 12,000 ft. gated estate on Youtube. It would make any fighter jealous and any Joe Bloggs salivating.
He called the move the "evolution of the fight preparation".
McGregor yesterday revealed that he had signed a sponsorship deal with Monster Energy, an American soft drink.
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.— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) May 4, 2015
I have secured myself and my team a 7 bedroom, 12,000 square foot gated estate, just off the Las Vegas strip.— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) May 4, 2015
Welcome to The MAC Mansion. http://t.co/v3qGejzJOm— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) May 4, 2015
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