Conor McGregor delighted as fiancee gives birth to third child with new son Rian

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Conor McGregor's fiancee has given birth to their third child, with the UFC hero left delighted.

The Notorious, who looks set for a rematch against Dustin Poirier, shared a smiling snap with the infant on Instagram.

He wrote: "The McGregor Clan is now a family of 5.

"Healthy baby boy delivered! Baby and Mammy Wonder Woman are doing great! God I thank you for everything you give to me and my family in this world.

"My new born son, Rían McGregor."

The child is the fifth McGregor has conceived with fiancee Dee Devlin who joins the family with Conor Jack, 4, and Croia, 2.

McGregor has been suffering a tough run of form in the Octagon, losing his last fight to Poirier by knockout at UFC 257.

It means the Irishman, who held the lightweight and featherweight championships in his career, has now only won one in three.

Having lost to Khabib Nurmagomedov in 2018 after his boxing bout with Floyd Mayweather, he saw off Donald Cerrone in 20 seconds last year.

But McGregor has always kept his family close, sharing snaps on a yatch with them in the Middle East following his loss on Fight Island.

The Irishman has been with Devlin since 2008, meeting his fiancee at just 19 years old.

And their first child was conceived nine years later with the birth of Conor Jack, who has been taking fighting lessons from his dad.

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  • And the 32-year-old has tipped his eldest son, following the arrival of Rian, to follow in his mixed martial arts footsteps.

    McGregor said in January: “He will certainly be skilled as a fighter. He's already skilled as a fighter. He's got phenomenal power and kicks and dexterity in his legs.

    “He's going through all the disciplines and he's loving them – it's not like I'm trying to put them on to him.

    “As time goes on will he want to compete? I'm not sure but he certainly will be skilled to do so."

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