Conor McGregor treated guests at his son's christening to a lavish 'Mac Land' experience at Luttrellstown Castle near Dublin, Ireland.
Last week it was revealed that McGregor is set to make his highly-anticipated return to MMA. The announcement came towards the end of his two-month medical suspension following his TKO defeat at the hands of Floyd Mayweather.
McGregor took to social media Monday to show the carnival which greeted his guests, including a tea cup ride, ferris wheel and petting zoo which included a llama.
While McGregor's return to the octagon appears imminent, Paulie Malignaggi insists the duo might still meet in the ring.
"I know Al Haymon's talking to Dana White. I know they're speaking, so if they want the fight they'll make it," Malignaggi, who sparred McGregor in the build up to the Irishman's super fight with Mayweather, told FightHype.
"Once I spoke to Al and Team Haymon, and they told me they wanted to make this fight, I knew that the only way this fight doesn't happen is if [Conor McGregor] has absolutely no balls."