Conor McGregor's son follows in his father's footsteps in the gym



Conor McGregor
‘s son, Conor Jr, looked a chip off the old block as the toddler played around in the gym. 
The one-year-old donned gloves and was even pictured pushing against the heavy-bag. 
McGregor posted the photos alongside a lengthy caption promoting his ‘The Mac Life’ business, finishing with the message: ‘Great work tonight my son.’ 
The ‘Notorious’ has taken his son all over the world whilst preparing for his fights and the youngster is clearly going to grow up embedded in the MMA scene. 

He was almost dwarfed by the enormous leather boxing gloves on his hands but Conor Jr seemed to be enjoying himself as his father set to work. 
The Irishman appeared to put his wrestling to the test on sweat covered mats in Dublin’s Straight Blast Gym. 
McGregor’s wrestling ability was called into question following his defeat by Khabib Nurmagomedov and clearly he’s working hard to hone his grappling skills. 
The 30-year-old has been inspired to graft hard and claw his way back up to the top. He wrote of the inspiration he has taken from Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder and their struggle to overcome the hurdles in their path. 
In the Instagram caption McGregor wrote: ‘I got to see Tyson’s attitude in overcoming his inner demons and I could really feel the struggles that Deontay faces as a young black man in America. 
‘I have never felt more for a fellow man’s struggle in all my life. It truly opened my eyes to both of their battles and I was blown away.’