Conor McGregor hosted his mom's 60th birthday party at the $1,000-a-night Versace Mansion in Miami
- Conor McGregor helped his mother celebrate her 60th birthday in style.
- The UFC fighter posted photos of the party, which was held at the opulent Versace Mansion in Miami, to Instagram.
- The Mansion, called The Villa Casa Casuarina, is renowned for once being owned by fashion icon Gianni Versace, who was even shot and killed on its steps in 1997.
- Now a luxury hotel, a room or dinner at the restaurant don't come cheap: caviar is $305, wine costs hundreds of dollars a bottle, and a single room can fetch upwards of $1,000.
Conor McGregor took a break from UFC training to help his mom celebrate her 60th birthday in style, at the opulent Versace Mansion in Miami.
The Villa Casa Casuarina, also known as the Versace Mansion, was built in 1930 and is renowned for once being owned by fashion icon Gianni Versace - he was even shot and killed on its steps in 1997.Now a luxury hotel, the property is known for its Mediterranean Revival style, and for the on-site gourmet restaurant Gianni's.
An evening at the Versace Mansion does not come cheap. Dishes at Gianni's include wagyu beef carpaccio, tuna tartare, and $305 caviar, while wine costs hundreds of dollars a bottle and a single room can fetch upwards of $1,000.
McGregor shared photos of the celebration with his fans on Instagram.
In one video, he wished his mother Margaret, who he called a fan of "Italian silk," a happy birthday and called her the "most glamorous woman" he will ever know, adding: "I love you, Ma."
The entire family appeared to be present, including McGregor's partner Dee Devlin and their son, Conor Jack McGregor Jnr.
The group can be seen at a dining table with bottles of wine, then dancing at what was presumably the end of the night.
McGregor went on to praise his mother for giving birth to him, writing: "Thank you for gifting me this life my mother! I love you with all my soul."
He then shared a number of photos to his Instagram story - and, unsurprisingly, his Proper Twelve whiskey was being served at the dinner table.
Though McGregor was in party-mode at his mother's 60th, he has been training regularly ahead of his planned UFC comeback later this year.
McGregor is currently serving a six-month backdated suspension from fighting because of the role he played in the post-fight brawls that marred his UFC 229 loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov last October, but is free to return to the sport from April 6.
He has been linked with a summer fight against Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone, but Cerrone is reportedly looking at alternative opponents. McGregor, meanwhile, recently expressed interest in a Floyd Mayweather rematch on Twitter.
I spoiled it with the rush right hook here. The angle was made. He was in the dirt. I just had to set correctly into my feet and fire. Rushing the right hook I lost balance on my back hand.- Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) March 6, 2019
Great boxing fight!
A rematch will be interesting no doubt. https://t.co/bYVWhOjKO4