- Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin welcomed their fourth child into the world
- Irishman has posted a number of photos of his third son and revealed his name
Conor McGregor has revealed the name of his fourth child with partner Dee Devlin.
They have decided to call him ‘Mack’, with the UFC supremo writing: ‘Say hello to Mack McGregor everyone.’
Mack is the fourth of the McGregor brood and the third boy. Conor Jr is six, his daughter Croia is four and Rian is two.
Mack came into the world four days ago and McGregor shared images from shortly after the birth, adding the caption: ‘Another chunky healthy boy into the world. Dee you are my hero.’
Both mother and baby appear to be doing well after the birth and McGregor was delighted as he beamed in the photos in the days after Mack was delivered.
Evidently the former two-weight champion in thriving in family life and he’ll be hoping the professional side can match up next year.
Who Is Conor McGregor
Conor Anthony McGregor is an Irish professional mixed martial artist and professional boxer.
He is a former Ultimate Fighting Championship Featherweight and Lightweight Champion, becoming the first UFC fighter to hold UFC
championships in two weight classes simultaneously
Michael’s Grand Return
He is set for his long-awaited return to the octagon in 2024, though the time and opponent are as yet unknown.
Michael Chandler was originally supposed to be the man across from him after they faced off as rival coaches on The Ultimate Fighter.
McGregor officially re-entered the UFC’s drug-testing pool with USADA on Oct. 8, meaning he will be eligible to compete again on April 8, 2024, per USADA rules.
In total, McGregor has fought in MMA just four times since capturing the UFC lightweight title with a 2016 win over Eddie Alvarez sandwiching a victory over Donald Carron between a title loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov and back-to-back stoppage losses to Poirier
The historic UFC 300 card will be a target and is expected to take place in that very month. McGregor has not fought since July 2021, when he broke his leg against Dustin Poirier in their trilogy bout.
Surgery and a long recovery then followed for the Dubliner, who remains the biggest name in MMA despite his lay-off.
That said, victory against whoever he fights in his comeback feels crucial for his revival as a legitimate title contender given that he has won just once since 2016.