Conor McGregor's dad Tony spotted driving around Ballina in Lamborghini

BOTH Tony and Conor McGregor have been showing off their luxury rides over the last few days.

First, dad Tony shared a few photos alongside his yellow Lamborghini as he made a pit stop in Ballina, County Mayo.

The Lamborghini Aventador costs €324,000 at a minimum to buy brand-new.

He later shared a video from his seat which gave followers a glimpse of the sports car's gorgeous interior.

In another case of like father, like son, Conor has been flaunting his own top-of-the-range motor too.

The 33-year-old uploaded a short video of his black Lambo's exhaust as well as a few photos of its interior.

The MMA megastar is believed to have a net worth of approximately €345m and yet he has no plans of retiring anytime soon.

He's repeatedly outlined that his vision for 2022 includes him reclaiming his old spot atop the MMA world after a rough few years that's largely seen him lose in between long spells of inactivity.

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He's bulked up to 190 lbs (85 kgs) which suggests he may be planning on making welterweight (170 lbs) his home from now on.

The former two-weight champ has claimed his power is now up 50% and that'll he quickly return to the summit of the fight game once he's completely recovered from his broken leg which he sustained in July.


In one boastful post, he wrote: "There are pros and cons to everything."

"I could not move the last 3 months, so I brought heavy weights to me, and moved them. Repetitively.

"Play with the cards you are dealt."My power is up over 50%."

He also warned: "These clowns are f***ed when I get back."

However, the potential for the added bulk being detrimental to him in his next octagon outing is also there.

Given his cardio has traditionally been his biggest weakness, adding more muscle could lead to him gassing out sooner with how added bulk requires your body to work harder to get sufficient oxygen around it.

But for now this is all speculation so the proof will be in the pudding when we do see him compete next.

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