CONOR McGREGOR showed off his luxury £2.7million Lamborghini yacht as he relaxed on holiday with his family in Spain.
The UFC star, 35, is enjoying some down time with pregnant wife Dee Devlin and their three children – Conor Jr, 6, Croia, 4, and Rian, 2.
In one photo, he could be seen looking out at sea as he donned a white dressing gown and tiny budgie-smugglers.
In a clip, he was drinking his Forged Irish Stout at the wheel of the Lamborghini yacht.
Dee and the children also went for a dip in the sea as they were all smiles for the camera.
And another video showed him teaching Conor Jr some fighting techniques.
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Meanwhile, as McGregor is relaxing on holiday, he is unintentionally causing quite the stir.
That's because not only has he reentered Usada's drug testing pool but he's believed to have triggered a split between the anti-doping authority and the UFC.
The US Anti-Doping Agency confirmed his return to the drug-testing pool – before announcing they are splitting with the MMA promotion in January.
McGregor reentered the testing pool on October 8 but he may not have to wait the customary six months before returning to action.
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Usada requires athletes who have been out of action to submit to six months of testing and provide, at least two negative tests, before they are given the green light to compete again.
The Dubliner, who suffered a broken leg against Dustin Poirier in his last fight back in July 2021, was expected to face Michael Chandler in December.
But that potential showdown had been scuppered because of the testing rules.
His return to testing would usually mean he would not be able to return until at least mid-April – which is around the time president Dana White is expected to book a blockbuster UFC 300 card.
However, protocol could controversially change after Usada revealed that the UFC have opted against renewing their contract with them.
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