Conor McGregor shared with the media after his UFC 205 win that he will be a father and is expecting a child sometime around May.
McGregor then noted he’s not looking to be a “famous family” and is expecting to take some time after the birth of his child to figure some things out.
The featherweight and lightweight champion then discussed the need for UFC to “talk” to him if they want him back. He discussed possibly wanting some shares in the company, noting that he deserves to be “set for life.”
McGregor has fought three times this year after beating Jose Aldo in December of last year (a submission loss to Nate Diaz, a decision victory over Nate Diaz and a knockout victory over Eddie Alvarez).