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Conor McGregor moves into seven-bedroom Las Vegas mansion for UFC 189 training camp

Conor McGregor sure is already acting like a champion. Maybe even a king.

The outspoken Irishman has taken up residence in Las Vegas for his UFC 189 training camp -- and it's in an absurd seven-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot mansion not far from The Strip. McGregor tweeted that he's brought his entire team from Dublin with him, including coach John Kavanagh.

McGregor (17-2) was even kind enough to post a video of the sprawling home. And it's pretty incredible.

"The Notorious" challenges Jose Aldo for the UFC featherweight title at UFC 189 on July 11 in Las Vegas. It's already the biggest fight in the history of the division and UFC president Dana White has estimated the UFC will do a $7 million gate at MGM Grand.

McGregor, 26, is the biggest rising star in MMA today with his charisma, exciting fighting style and willingness to trash talk his opponents. A little style doesn't hurt either, as evidenced by this ridiculous home, which he has dubbed the MAC Mansion.

Not bad for a guy who was on social welfare in Ireland just a few years ago.

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