Conor McGregor has reportedly launched a new clothing line.
Taking to his official Instagram and Twitter accounts, McGregor recently made multiple posts with references to the clothing line. Should the rumors of his new clothing line prove to be true, this would be his second such brand, with the first being the incredibly successful 'August McGregor' brand.
Prior to McGregor's crossover boxing match against legendary pugilist Floyd Mayweather Jr. in 2017, the Irishman unraveled the 'August McGregor' lifestyle brand in collaboration with world-renowned tailor David August. The brand is primarily focused on providing top-tier clothing and rakes in millions of dollars for both McGregor and August every year.
It's yet to be confirmed whether or not McGregor's recent social media posts regarding his new merchandise are about a potential new clothing line. As reported by Thesportsrush, his posts contain a link to his website where fans can check out some of his latest merchandise.
The clothing and accessories notably embody the UFC megastar's authentic style. In one of his latest tweets, McGregor posted a few photos sporting the new merchandise and wrote:
"McGregor Merchandise available on http://conormcgregor.com The ONLY place to get authentic Conor McGregor style."
MMA great Conor McGregor has been heralded among the biggest box office draws and greatest business minds, not only in combat sports but in all sports. McGregor boasts multiple thriving businesses and brands -- including Proper No. Twelve Irish Whiskey, the Black Forge Inn, Forged Irish Stout, and the McGregor Fast fitness brand, to name a few.
Conor McGregor tweets about his potential UFC comeback in 2023
Despite being one of the richest athletes in the world, Conor McGregor's love for the sport of MMA appears to have remained as strong as ever. McGregor's most recent fight saw him suffer a horrific leg injury and lose to Dustin Poirier via first-round TKO in their lightweight bout in July 2021.
McGregor was resultantly sidelined from MMA competition in the ensuing months but gradually returned to training and has vowed to fight in 2023. In the first week of the New Year, the 34-year-old put forth a tweet addressing his highly-anticipated return to the octagon. McGregor tweeted:
"I’m going to slice through someone on return. Trust that. And I don’t care who. Line up."
Over the past several months, the consensus has been that Conor McGregor's comeback fight will likely see him return to the welterweight division. The fight game icon previously asserted that he'd like to fight at 170 pounds next.
A possible welterweight clash against UFC lightweight fan favorite Michael Chandler has long been one of the frontrunners for McGregor's return matchup. However, it hasn't been officially confirmed as of yet.