CONOR MCGREGOR has added a swanky new Patek Philippe watch to his stunning collection of timepieces.
The UFC superstar boasts an insane collection of watches – some of which are limited editions – worth several millions of pounds.
And the valuation of his timepieces recently increased following his purchase of a new custom-made Patek.
The Notorious shared a video and photos of his new gold and diamond-encrusted watch on Instagram early on Friday morning.
The watch also includes golden leaves on the face, which doesn't have any numbers, and dark silver hands.
His accompanying caption read: "Fresh on the holibops, new watch."
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McGregor's legion of followers were quick to comment on his stunning new timepiece, with one saying: "Very nice watch."
Another said: "The smile and the watch are too damn euphoric."
And another said: "Fresh watch."
MMA mogul McGregor, 33, is no stranger to dropping insane amounts of cash on watches.
The Irishman spent a staggering £2.2MILLION on TWO timepieces ahead of his UFC 257 rematch with Dustin Poirier last January.
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The first watch of his pre-fight splurge – a Jacob & Co's Astronomia Tourbillon Baguette – is valued at a jaw-dropping £730,000.
And the second – an x-rated diamond-encrusted Jacob & Co's timepiece called the Rasputin – cost the Dubliner a staggering £1.5million.
McGregor is currently in the final stages of recovering from the horrific broken leg he suffered in his trilogy fight with Poirier last July.
The former two-division champion recently resumed mixed martial arts training at SBG Ireland and impressed head coach John Kavanagh in his return to the gym.
Kavanagh told The BBC: "He's healthy, happy and it's great to have him back.
"The last few sessions in the gym here were MMA-orientated – he's got the all-clear for that now.
"He did a great session last night, we got some great rounds in. He hasn't lost a beat and was looking great.
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"Trust me, I got to have a bit of a wrestle with him last night and I felt it…
"When that silverback arm goes around your neck there's a bit of an extra squeeze there… he's very, very strong at the moment."
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