UFC: Conor McGregor celebrates partner Dee Devlin’s birthday with a broken leg: Conor McGregor appears to be recovering from his broken ankle injury and the ‘Notorious’ is already moving around with his partner Dee Devlin in Los Angeles. Following his second consecutive loss at UFC 264, the Irishman doesn’t seem to have flown to Dublin. Instead, he is reportedly recovering in the USA, besides enjoying a lavish time with the closed ones.
After attending a musical concert of Justin Bieber, UFC star Conor McGregor was spotted celebrating Dee Devlin’s birthday. McGregor and Devlin have been partners before the fighter made it big in the UFC.
That said, Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin are now parents to three children. While Conor McGregor could see immense success in the UFC, his relationship with Devlin is unscratched as they are one of the most popular celebrity couples in the world today. Here’s a look at how UFC elite Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin enjoyed the day together.
Boasting the biggest net-worth amongst all the UFC fighters, Conor McGregor will never have to fight for money. He has secured his fortune with a lavish earning and is currently the world’s highest-paid athlete, per Forbes. However, his combat career has seen only one win in the last four years. Hence, that threatens his legacy in the sport.
UFC: Should Conor McGregor continue fighting?
After being doomed at UFC 257 and UFC 264. Conor McGregor needs an immediate win to resurrect himself on the ride. Besides, he needs to remain active, or else the deep lightweight roster can put him out of relevancy at any day. Nevertheless, McGregor is still a cash cow and arguably the biggest star of the promotion.
This the face you make when you’ve sparked them across 3 weight divisions and made billions doin it. pic.twitter.com/3minQSTUiF
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) August 4, 2021
Hence, he will never run out of viable contenders. But another loss can truly end his fighting career, or throw him into the clutches of sheer criticism. As of now, McGregor has appeared optimistic about returning to action. So, we can see more of him in the MMA ahead.