Conor McGregor landed himself a $30 million payday when he faced Floyd Mayweather in the boxing ring last year. It now appears that McGregor is living the high life and that he won't be defending his UFC lightweight title until at least August 2018. With McGregor renting out an Irish theme park for a private party and sporting $2,000 Gucci tracksuits, his appetite for the fight game is being questioned.

Has Conor McGregor lost the will to fight?

When Conor McGregor battered Eddie Alvarez to win the UFC lightweight title in November 2016, he became the first UFC fighter to hold two UFC titles in different weight divisions at the same time.

McGregor was on the crest of a wave. He had become the UFC Poster Boy, and many believed that McGregor would go on to become the best pound-for-pound fighter in UFC history. At that point, no one would have believed that in January 2018, we would not have seen McGregor defend his title.

Throughout 2017, McGregor was focused on a massive match against Floyd Mayweather under boxing rules. Who could blame McGregor for focusing on a fight that should secure his family's financial future? Despite losing to Mayweather, McGregor earned at least $30 million from the fight, and secured financial security for the rest of his life. McGregor vs. Mayweather became the second highest grossing pay-per-view event in history.

With McGregor focused on Mayweather, he was not available to defend his UFC titles. Shortly after winning the lightweight championship, UFC boss Dana White, stripped McGregor of his featherweight championship as he had failed to defend his title. According to Yahoo! Sport, White is once again losing patience, stating that The Notorious, may not return to the UFC Octagon until August or September of this year.

Is Conor McGregor more interested in partying than fighting?

To be fair, Conor McGregor has always had a taste for the good things in life, but Bleacher Report is now questioning whether he is still focused on fighting. McGregor reportedly closed the Funderland amusement park near Dublin so that he could hold a private party.

The UFC champion has also been spotted partying in Ibiza and has taken to flying around the world on private jets.

It has been claimed that McGregor's new contract demands include his taking a stake in the ownership of the UFC. There are signs that Dana White is losing patience with the fighter, who has been involved in a string of high-profile controversies since his fight with Mayweather. McGregor reportedly got involved in a scrap with a Dublin underworld figure and even slapped a ringside official during an MMA event in Ireland.

There has even been talk around McGregor's camp suggesting that his next match might not be a UFC bout. Rumors have been circulating suggesting that a match with Manny Pacquiao in the boxing ring is a possibility.

The big unresolved question in UFC circles is not who Conor McGregor will face next, it is more whether we will ever see him in the Octagon again?