Conor McGregor certainly seems to be his retirement from UFC with The Notorious currently relaxing on a break with his family in the south of France.
The Dubliner shocked the world in June when he announced he was retiring from the Octagon, having only returned from a 15-month hiatus from the sport when he beat Donald Cerrone in January.
The 32-year-old has wasted little time in finding ways to unwind in his latest retirement, having jetted off with partner Dee and their two kids.
McGregor has already been pictured splashing around in the sea with his family during their holiday, but a clip uploaded to the Irishman's Instagram on Saturday suggests he may be relaxing a little too much.
The Dubliner could be seen sparking a rolled-up cigarette, with some fans suggesting online that the contents may have been a touch suspicious.
The Irishman shared the clip as he responded to Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos imitating McGregor's famous 'Billi' walk celebration.
In the footage, the Irishman can be seen lighting the cigarette before turning to the camera and delivering a wink, with the clip captioned "What you reckon @sergioramos?"
The follow came after McGregor had earlier referred to the Spanish international as his 'bro Sergio' after Ramos had shared footage of his attempt at the Dubliner's celebration.
The trip to France is part of McGregor's festivities as the legendary UFC star celebrates turning 32 along with his family on the coast.
The Irishman has already treated himself to a 'Casino' watch worth a reported £500,000, with McGregor sharing a snap of the accessory on his social media account.
And while he appears to be enjoying his birthday in retirement, McGregor has continued to take shots at some of his former UFC rivals.
The 32-year-old recently took aim at Nate Diaz, prompting speculation he may be on the verge on cutting short his latest retirement and returning to the Octagon.
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