Controversial MMA fighter Conor McGregor has chose to gift himself the only thing he doesn't already own, and that is a life-size statue of himself carved out of stone.
What do you get for the man who has everything?
Irish fighter Conor McGregor on his 30th birthday will receive a gift of a sculpture by Lithuanian artist Edgar Haskelevich, which is known under the pseudonym "Aspencrow".
"He is a phenomenon of our time - not just a smart athlete, but also a visionary".
McGregor, 29, hasn't set foot inside the Octagon since claiming the lightweight title in the main event of UFC 205, a card where he became the promotion's first simultaneous two-weight world champion.
Last August, he switched to boxing to fight Floyd Mayweather.
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"It's really phenomenal. And, of course, someone made a decision to immortalize it in this way".
"It's up to you what you see in it", said the artist.
"That's how I got the information that he knows about the sculpture, and that he accepts it", he told the BBC.
Khabib Nurmagomedov has listed a few names that he would fight next if he can't battle it out with Conor McGregor or Georges St-Pierre.
The work will be open to be viewed by the public in the gallery from July 14 to September 30. "I feel he's my soulmate".
Valued at £50,000 ($66,000), the statue, described as hyerperrealistic, will be unveiled at London's JD Malat Gallery on McGregor's 30th birthday, July 14. Without bus, without other things, we just have to fight but I don't think the UFC can make the decision about this fight.