Conor McGregor. (Twitter)
The former UFC star shared some photographs of the newborn on the Meta platform and honoured his partner Devlin for overcoming all the difficulties during her pregnancy.
Congratulations are on offer for Conor McGregor, who has recently welcomed his fourth child with fiancee Dee Devlin into the world.
Be it with his aggressive internet or with trash talks, Mcgregor hogged the limelight several times during his time with the UFC. Having bid adieu to professional fighting, McGregor now often shares updates about trending topics as well as his personal life on social media.
The Irishman recently courted controversy for making a comment about a riot in Dublin last week. Though the matter is yet to be settled, McGregor seems not quite worried about it.
Going by his recent Instagram post, the former MMA star has been enjoying his time with his baby boy. The former UFC star shared some photographs of the newborn on the Meta platform and honoured his partner Devlin for overcoming all the difficulties during her pregnancy. ‘The Notorious’ wrote in the caption, “Another chunky healthy boy into the world. Dee, you are my hero.”
After the post surfaced on the internet, numerous fans marked their reactions in the comment section, dropping congratulatory messages for McGregor and his fiancee Devlin.
British MMA star Brendan Loughnane reacted to the adorable photographs with red heart emojis, while UFC star Johnny Walker wrote, “God bless champ.”
McGregor and Devlin have been staying together since 2008 when the Irish fighter had yet to kick off his MMA career. The couple got engaged in 2020 but have not yet officially married each other. They currently have four beautiful kids including the newborn. The other children of McGregor’s family are Conor Jr, Croia Mairead and Rian.
McGregor made his UFC debut in March 2008 at Cage of Truth 2 where he triumphed over Gary Morris by second-round TKO. He is the first fighter in UFC history to secure titles in two weight categories simultaneously. McGregor also has a rich experience in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and holds a brown belt.
The 35-year-old endured two back-to-back defeats at the hands of Dustin Poirer in 2021. On the second occasion, McGregor ended up fracturing his tibia and fibula. The injuries forced him to announce his retirement from professional fighting. Notably, McGregor has so far retired three times during his career. That’s why UFC fans around the world are still hopeful about his return to the Octagon.