Conor McGregor has elaborate baptism party for baby Conor Jr.

By Alex Butler  |  Oct. 16, 2017 at 9:49 PM
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Oct. 16 (UPI) -- UFC star Conor McGregor went all out for Conor McGregor Jr.'s christening.

The bash occurred this weekend at Luttrellstown Castle in Dublin and included family, friends, fireworks and much more, according to TMZ Sports.

"Mac land," McGregor wrote on Instagram.

The MMA fighter posted several pictures of the swanky get together. Conor Jr.'s party included a merry-go-round, a lion statue, petting zoo, Ferris wheel and more.

The five-month old wore a fresh white suit.

Mac land

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"Conor Jr's Christening! @augustxmcgregor," McGregor wrote on another Instagram post, showing off his son's threads by tagging the new menswear brand created by McGregor and David August.

McGregor Jr. was born on May 6 at Coombe Maternity Hospital in Dublin, Ireland. His mother is Dee Devlin, who also attended his baptism party.

"The Notorious" has been living it up following his Aug. 26 loss to Floyd Mayweather in a boxing mega fight at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

While the Irishman has been cruising the Mediterranean Sea in a yacht and hanging out with his son following the fight, Mayweather recently purchased a swanky house in Los Angeles.

McGregor, a Las Vegas staple, also recently commented on the mass shooting that took place in the city on Oct. 1 at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival.

"Absolutely devastated upon hearing the news in Las Vegas," McGregor wrote in an Instagram post. "A city with so much energy and life. A city of celebration and enjoyment. A city so close to my heart. I pray for all the victims, their families, and everyone affected by this senseless act of violence."

Conor Jr's Christening! @augustxmcgregor

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On Sunday, UFC president Dana White denied the rumor that McGregor and Nate Diaz are gearing up for a third UFC fight.

"No, that's not true," White said on the Pardon My Take podcast. "Not true. It has literally not even been talked about."

White said McGregor's next fight will probably be against Tony Ferguson in Las Vegas.

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