At Only 3 Months Old Fighter Conor McGregor’s Son Is Breaking Hearts

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Unless you’ve somehow been living under several rocks at once, you’ve probably heard quite a bit about the Mayweather-McGregor fight happening this weekend.

Aside from the obvious spectacle of it all, there are a few unsuspecting reasons to care about this fight even if you’re not a sports fan.

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Mostly because of that time he wore a suit with a certain explicit phrase on it during a press event.

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It’s kind of baller to wear an “F*** You” suit and then get an endorsement deal because of it.

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Get your three-month-old son his own suit of course.

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Until you think about how much that suit is worth, at least.

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And the shades really seal the deal. I’m loving it, and so was Twitter.

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I think the odds are higher than 98% there, bud.

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Yep, he looks like Mini-Me from the Austin Powers franchise. I’m glad to know I wasn’t alone on that.

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Turns out the belt they’re fighting for (oh yeah, if you’re not familiar with this sport, people fight for a belt) is a bit unique as well.

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Of course it’s made out of alligator skin, because why not?

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There is an awful lot going on there. Let’s break it down.

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Not to mention the over three pounds of gold on the front. Three pounds!

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In a fight where the prize purse is said to be nearly $400 million USD, why not get the craziest, most expensive belt you can?

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But he would need a pretty large belt collection for all those suits he has.

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For the kids, Ted DiBiase was a wrestler in the 80’s and 90’s who had a fancy gold belt made out of dollar signs, and it was called “the million dollar belt.” They should’ve brought that back for this fight.

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And hey, if McGregor somehow wins he can have his son use the belt for his new suit! Will you be watching the big fight this weekend?

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