Conor McGregor has spent the past few days living like an absolute king in Liverpool.
After flying in on a private jet he's been pictured partying the night away in some of the city's most exclusive nightspots and staying in luxury hotels.
Luxury vodka seems to be his drink of choice and that designer garb doesn't come cheap either.
With an estimated net worth of £17.5m the UFC superstar certainly has money to burn, but how much does it actually cost to live the McGregor lifestyle?
Conor certainly made an entrance at the Grand National.
This one outfit alone cost over £2,000.
His Louis Vuitton Monogram Printed Short Sleeves Shirt set him back £915, his Gucci Round-frame Acetate Sunglasses cost £520 and his Dolce and Gabbana Metallic Leather Sneakers London cost £485.
McGregor has also been spotted wearing luxury coats from Bobbi Parka. This green Parka usually retails around £500.
But an insider source tell us the infamous fighter has since ordered 10 of them - some of them customised which can sell for £2k+ .
Only a luxury car will do for McGregor and his entourage. This weekend he hired a £240,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith from Platinum Executive Travel.
He was also seen rolling up to Aintree in a convoy of White Rolls Royces believed to again cost around the £240k mark.
In true rock and roll style Conor is possibly facing legal action from the firm, after he reportedly damaged the car by standing on it.
Luxury hotel rooms
Conor and his friends have been spotted at two city hotels over the weekend.
He first stayed at the Hilton where according to the website the Presidential suite costs around £410 for one night, with other rooms on the executive floor priced around the £200 mark.
Before being spotted at the Signature Living party apartments.
The party apartments - which can sleep up to 16 people - can cost up to £500, depending on the day and time of the year you want to stay.
All the best parties include luxury alcohol and Conor knows how to throw a good party.
From images circulating on social media, Conor seems to be partial to luxury vodka.
1.5l bottles of Grey Goose cost £280 in Empire, with 4.5l bottles of the same spirit costing £1,200 in Mansion.
Other bottled spirits in both venues cost between £110-130, with a top end bottle of Champagne costing £500.