Even after losing at UFC 264, MMA icon Conor McGregor is living his best life with a brand new purchase of a Lamborghini yacht.
McGregor bought the futuristic-looking luxury boat at the end of last year. But it’s just now being delivered to him as the former UFC champion showed the yacht off to his more than 41 million fans and followers on Instagram.
According to a Business Insider article, it’s called the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63. The yacht is a collaborative effort between Automobili Lamborghini and yacht company The Italian Sea Group. The Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 hypercar inspired the yacht’s design. It’s a limited edition boat named after the year Lamborghini was founded in 1963.
The Lamborghini yacht is 63-feet long, weighs 24 tons, and features twin V12 engines totaling 4,000 horsepower. For those that have an extra $3.4 million available, you too can buy this rare boat. Only 63 yachts will be made as part of its limited production run. The Irish UFC fighter bought the 12th yacht of 63 and looks ready to hit the water with it.
“My Lamborghini yacht is ready,” Conor McGregor captioned his Instagram post. Additionally, he shared a photo of his newest toy, and the yacht is impressive, to say the least.
Conor McGregor Loses to Dustin Poirier After Freak Injury at UFC 264
The highly-anticipated main event at UFC 264 didn’t exactly live up to expectations. In fact, it ended early after just one round. So we’ll never know what could have been in the Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier trilogy fight since the bout was shut down due to McGregor’s broken leg.
Poirier-McGregor III was the third time the pair have fought through the years, and their second fight this year. Their first bout went down seven years ago and saw “The Notorious” earn a first-round TKO at UFC 178 in September 2014.
In addition, the two UFC fighters had a rematch earlier this year in January. Poirier got his revenge with a second-round knockout of his own, which tied their series record at 1-1. Unfortunately, the trilogy fight didn’t exactly have the same sparks as the first two. McGregor’s unlucky leg injury and subsequent doctor stoppage brought the much-hyped fight to an abrupt end.
Seconds remained in the first round of Poirier-McGregor III. The two men both threw punches that didn’t land. While attempting to punch Poirier, McGregor’s left leg broke in two places, which forced the ref to stop the fight. No one, including UFC fans, analysts, or the fighters themselves, expected that outcome.
Each of the fighters have since admitted there’s unfinished business in the octagon. Therefore we may see a fourth fight added to the trilogy to decide a true winner. However, McGregor will have to focus on his health and recovery before Poirier-McGregor IV is a possibility.