Tony McGregor said 'Victory's coming home' alongside this picture of his son's accolades

Conor McGregor v Floyd Mayweather: UFC belts to be flown

Conor McGregor’s father, Tony will bring his son’s belts with him across the Atlantic for the Irishman’s Las Vegas showdown with Floyd Mayweather.

Tony McGregor took to Instagram with his son’s silverware laid out on the floor in all it’s glory.

He added the caption: ‘It’s coming home, it’s coming home, the victory’s coming home!’

Tony McGregor said 'Victory's coming home' alongside this picture of his son's accolades

Tony McGregor said ‘Victory’s coming home’ alongside this picture of his son’s accolades

Conor McGregor has asked his father to bring his belts out when he flies to Las Vegas

Conor McGregor has asked his father to bring his belts out when he flies to Las Vegas

In a previous picture on his profile, McGregor senior said he had received a message from ‘deep in Nevada’ to bring the belts with him on August 26.

In all likelihood, those belts will be carried by members of McGregor’s entourage when he makes his walk to the ring in the early hours of Sunday morning UK time.

McGregor is putting the finishing touches to his physical preparations for the bout.

The Dubliner has just five days remaining before his mega-fight against Floyd Mayweather

The Dubliner has just five days remaining before his mega-fight against Floyd Mayweather

And his obligations for the remainder of the week will be largely media based although he will have to make weight on Friday.

The UFC superstar will be coming up against a five-weight world champion in Mayweather who will no doubt bring his own glittering accolades with him to the squared circle.

And as the first man to hold two UFC championship belts at the same time, it seems fitting that the man who calls himself the ‘champ champ’ has a backdrop of former glory to his grand entrance.

McGregor is likely to have his belts carried into the ring with him in T-Mobile Arena

McGregor is likely to have his belts carried into the ring with him in T-Mobile Arena

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