Conor McGregor tags Dee Devlin’s girlfriend in the X-Rated sex scene on Instagram before quickly deleting the post

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On Thursday, UFC senior chant Conor McGregor tagged his girlfriend Dee Devlin in an Instagram post from a raunchy sex scene before being swiftly removed.

A 32-year-old Irish MMA fighter-rated post was removed from Instagram within 10 minutes of posting on the platform.

However, McGregor’s followers on Instagram snapped a photo before it was taken.

The post in question featured a sex scene by Martin Scorsese’s beloved thriller, The Wolf of Wall Street.

The scene has Leonardo DiCaprio’s character, Jordan Belfort, having sex with Margot Robbie’s Naomi Lapaglia on a silver bed.

McGregor has been in a relationship with Devlin since 2008 and the couple had two children together: Conor Jr. and Croia.

The Irishman returned to MMA in January and was stopped in the second round against Dustin Poirier at UFC 257 in Abu Dhabi.

However, McGregor could avenge his defeat to UFC opponent Poirier as the pair clash for the third time at UFC 264 in July.

McGregor’s manager Audie Attar has revealed that the “Notorious” could face Michael Chandler’s winner against Charles Oliveira for the lightweight title if he beats Poirier.

“I think it makes sense,” Junkie told MMA.

“I think this really becomes a # 1 contender battle. I think Chandler vs Oliveira is on and the winner of this one is facing the winner of McGregor vs Poirier 3.”

Attar added that McGregor had established himself as one of the best fighters ever, saying he had “proved himself what he wanted to achieve so far”.

McGregor’s manager explained: “At this point in Conor’s career, he has shown people that he is one of the greatest ever.

“He has proved to himself what he wanted to achieve up to this date. He is such a competitor that he wants more.

“He will never be able to fight again in his life and be so proud of himself and everything he has accomplished inside and outside the octagon as an entrepreneur and philanthropist.

“It’s about trying to challenge yourself as a real fighter would do, and I think after a 1-1 defeat, it’s OK to turn the tables and bring it into a trilogy.”