PICS: Conor McGregor’s £185K Supercar Gets Towed Away

Since growing out of his humble beginnings as a plumber in Dublin, Ireland, UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor has made no secret about his penchant for the finer things in life. Stacks of cash, flashy diamond encrusted watches, $25,000 shopping sprees and Rolls Royce Phantoms with his face emblazoned on the side are just some of the UFC golden boy’s recent treasures. Don’t be fooled though, these flash toys aren’t without their perils.

The Irish mixed martial arts super star found himself in a spot of trouble just two days after he announced that he would be looking to begin a business of importing luxury cars similar to his Lamborghini Huracan Avio to Ireland.

“This Lamborghini Huracan Avio is the only one of it’s kind in Ireland!” he wrote enthusiastically in a Facebook post.

‘We are in the process of building a network here where we will bring multiple high end luxury motor vehicles on to Irish shores for sale and supply!

‘Our roads will look very different in years to come and it starts NOW!

‘Check them out and stay tuned! We are only just warming up with this beast!

‘Something BIG is coming!’

Batman! da na na NA NA!

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The £185,000 supercar features heavily on McGregor’s social media accounts, and was seen being towed away the streets of Dublin after the fighter allegedly left the car parked across a double yellow line.

Images of the car have emerged of it on the back of a tow truck, causing a stir on social media.

McGregor isn’t just chasing after his missing car, but is also chasing after one of the greatest boxers to have ever graced the ring. Veteran boxer Floyd Mayweather and McGregor have had a war of words for over a year now, and are hopefully closing in on a fight agreement. Hopefully McGregor finds his car in the meantime!

Check out the shot of McGregor’s car being towed away in Dublin, and let us know if you think his luxury import business is going to take off!



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