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Conor McGregor shows off his fleet of Rolls Royces as he introduces his baby son to Las Vegas ahead of his fight against Floyd Mayweather

  • Conor McGregor posted a photo of himself posing with three Rolls Royces
  • McGregor and Floyd Mayweather finished their promotional tour on Friday
  • The fighter accused Mayweather of wearing high heels throughout the tour
  • Their fight will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on August 26

Conor McGregor has delivered another reminder of his extravagant lifestyle by posting a photo of his collection of Rolls Royces.

McGregor took to Instagram as he posed in front of his three Rolls Royces while dressed in typically outlandish attire.

The Irish fighter identified each model in the caption accompanying the post, which read: 'The Wraith, the drop top Dawn and the GHOST!'.

Conor McGregor stands in front of his three Rolls Royces as he flaunts his wealth on Instagram

Conor McGregor stands in front of his three Rolls Royces as he flaunts his wealth on Instagram

The total retail cost of the Ghost, the Wraith and the Dawn is in the region of 750,000 and McGregor posed in front of his cars at a garage in New York.

He later documented a trip through New York at night time in one of the sports cars with the caption: 'The Mac Life' in another insight into his glamorous lifestyle.

His upcoming opponent Floyd Mayweather is also not adverse to showing off his riches. The American wore an incredible 1million diamond-encrusted Hublot watch for the last stop on the promotional tour in London.

McGregor also displayed his softer side to Instagram by lifting his baby son Conor Jack up to the sky on an airport runway in Las Vegas.

McGregor with son Conor Jack in Las Vegas - the location of his fight with Floyd Mayweather

McGregor with son Conor Jack in Las Vegas – the location of his fight with Floyd Mayweather

The MMA superstar has just concluded his four-day promotional tour with Mayweather in the build up to their fight in Las Vegas on August 26.

The tour's final stop was at Wembley on Friday, following trips to Los Angeles, Toronto and New York.

McGregor labelled Mayweather a 'stupid, baldy t***' in a heated exchange between the fighters, while the American hit back with a homophobic insult.

The bout will be McGregor's first ever as a professional boxer – in contrast Mayweather's record stands at an undefeated 49-0.

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