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Sweet ride Conor McGregor drives his 'Bentley to the Bentley' as he shows off €200,000 motor

McGregor and partner Dee Devlin had earlier paid a visit to his Black Forge Inn for the first time since it reopened as they arrived back home to Dublin

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McGregor's big beast

McGregor's big beast

McGregor's big beast

Conor McGregor arrived in style outside his Black Forge Inn pub in Dublin over the weekend as he showed off his 200,000 euro Bentley. 

The fighter, who is back home after an extended stay in the US and a weekend in Rome where he had his son Rian christened, captioned the picture, “The Bentley to the “Bentley” in reference to the upstairs VIP section of his bar.

He also shared another snap of the car with him posing on the bonnet that is simply entitled ‘Horse country’.

Back in April 2020, 'The Notorious' posted a picture of himself leaning on the 2019 Bentley Continental GT convertible, in an apparent bid to promote his clothing line.

Fans flocked to the comments section of his Instagram post, with one declaring: “Love the car."

Another added: "Sweet ride mate," while one joked "Man that's a 007 s**t, are you the next James Bond?"

McGregor and partner Dee Devlin had earlier paid a visit to his Black Forge Inn for the first time since it reopened as they arrived back home to Dublin.

McGregor declared the spot “Ireland’s original” in an Instagram post alongside a picture of himself beaming at the camera with Dee and baby Rían.

The UFC star reportedly bought the site for nearly €2m and pumped in a further €1m in renovations before it reopened its doors earlier this year.

It has since become a popular spot among locals with his sister Aoife replying to his post: "Best place in the world”.

It was recently revealed how a planned upgrade of the Black Forge Inn pub will create jobs and attract visitors to his native Crumlin in Dublin.

That is according to planning documents lodged with Dublin City Council where planning consultant for the project, Kevin Hughes has told the Council that the proposed development will not result in any undue impact on neighbours.

In documents filed with the City Council, Mr Hughes has stated that the works for the Crumlin pub comprise of a part-one part-two storey extension to the back of the pub.

Now, as part of another planned splurge on the venue, McGregor’s Jemi Ventures Ltd is seeking planning permission for a single-storey extension of around 104.2sqm and a food preparation area.

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To the rear of the proposed extension, McGregor is also seeking approval for a 32.7sqm outdoor dining area and a canopy over this location.

Mr McGregor has deep pockets to fund such a venture.

Earlier this year, McGregor topped the Forbes list of being named the highest paid athlete in the world for 2020/21.

The figure includes $158 million from endorsements and the sale of a majority stake in his whiskey brand.

A decision is due on the application in November.

McGregor hasn't fought in the UFC since losing his trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier in July, during which he suffered a broken leg.

Who McGregor fights upon his return to fitness is currently unclear, with a fourth bout with Poirier or a trilogy clash with Nate Diaz thought to be the most likely options.

However, he has also been challenged to a mixed-rules bout by Muay Thai kickboxer Superbon Banchamek, while Jake Paul has constantly goaded the Dubliner about a potential boxing bout.

McGregor's next fight is unlikely to be outside of an octagon though, given he has two fights left on his current UFC contract.

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