UFC 205: Conor McGregor threatens to quit UFC after making history by knocking out Eddie Alvarez

DAD-TO-BE Conor McGregor has threatened to quit UFC for good just hours after making history as the company's first simultaneous two-weight champion.

The Irishman revealed after beating Eddie Alvarez to claim the lightweight belt that he will next year welcome a baby with girlfriend Dee Devlin.

He does not want to bring up a child while still fighting – and has demanded a share in the £3billion business.

Irishman McGregor, 28, is UFC's biggest star and wants a big financial slice of its expanding empire.

His stock will rise further after his devastating left-right combo in round two sent Alvarez crashing to the canvas.

But even if he does not get it, McGregor hinted he could quit anyway once he becomes a dad for the first time.

He said: "I'm going to be a daddy next year. I'm crapping my jocks, I'm not even going to lie.

"I don't even know what way to take it, it's going to mess with my head. I don't want to be bringing a child into anything like this.

"I don't want no celebrity-type s****, I hate all that. I don't want my family to be like that. So that's kind of a little thing in the back of my head.

"I'm going to have this baby, take a little bit of time off and see what way I feel after that."

McGregor's rapid rise to fame has in part helped the company run by Dana White grow into a multi-billion pound empire.

And now the Dublin-born millionaire has made it clear he deserves a reward for driving its expansion – otherwise he will leave.

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He said: "They've got to come talk to me now, no one's talked to me since the sale.

"Who owns the company now? Celebrities have shares in it now, who owns it and where's my share?

"You want me to stick around, let's talk.

"I want the ownership, I want what I deserve, I want what I've earned."

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