The Irishman continues his extravagant lifestyle on the back of his money spinning UFC career with a new yacht but embarrassingly he had Muhammad Ali’s name spelt wrong in the prospectus.
McGregor has made millions as a major box office hit due to a mix of success in the hexagon and his controversial behaviour.
“The Notorious” is ever eager to show off his lavish lifestyle and there was no exception this time as he took to Instagram to show himself flicking through the brochure of the £3million yacht built to his requirements.
There was a big blunder though in the yacht brochure which had a line from the great Muhammed Ali with the boxer’s first name written as Mohammed.
Ali’s quote, taken from a 1984 press conference, read: “He who is not courageous enough to take risk will accomplish nothing in life.”
The brochure showed McGregor is planning a sleek 75ft long boat that is made up of four cabins.
McGregor reportedly earned over £30 million alone from the famous fight against Floyd Mayweather, in 2017. Forbes say he is worth £75 million.
He regularly uses social media to show off his fortune, and posted a photo of his Rolls Royce Phantom V111.
McGregor hasn’t had a fight since losing in brutal fashion in a fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov in their lightweight title fight at UFC 229 in October.
He has a number of challengers wanting to take him on in the lightweight ranks, but McGregor only wants big name rivals.
Former middleweight champion Anderson Silva wants to take on McGregor which would make for a massive payday for the two, and it remains a possibility.
A Manchester United fan, McGregor has been busy on Twitter recently singing the praise of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who has made a winning start to his time as interim manager at Old Trafford.
He tweeted: “Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a special man! The Man United Super Sub.
“Player and Manager. Insane! You can feel the passion he has for his club and its history.
“Beaming with pride as he vividly explains the team’s amazing counter attacking ability over the years. Past and Present! Wow.”