Conor McGregor looked dapper as he sported a red patterned shirt while enjoying a night out with his glamorous fiancée Dee Devlin.
His leg appeared to be healing well and was no longer in a cast following a break during a fight against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 in July.
Conor McGregor, 33, enjoyed a night out with his glamorous partner Dee Devlin at The Nice Guy restaurant in West Hollywood, California, on Saturday
The father-of-three exposed his chest tattoos as he left his patterned red shift unbuttoned at the top and as sported a pair of white shorts and smart black loafers.
Meanwhile, Dee, 34, looked sensational as she wore a figure-hugging midi dress made up of polka dot, floral and leopard print panels.
Making sure to turn heads with her designer taste, she added a pair of Dolce and Gabbana heeled sandals to her look.
She draped a padded cream clutch bag over her shoulder and kept her caramel tresses in sleek lines for a glamorous look.
Meanwhile, Dee, 34, looked sensational as she wore a figure-hugging midi dress made up of polka dot, floral and leopard print panels
The UFC fighter looked dapper in a red patterned shirt as he stepped out using crutches, and Dee showed her designer style in Dolce and Gabbana heels
Conor suffered a broken tibia during his fight with Dustin at the main event of UFC 264 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
The battle was the long-awaited rubber match, or trilogy match, with Conor winning the first fight by TKO in the first round in September 2014.
Dustin won the second fight in January in the second round during UFC 257 in January, with the trilogy fight taking place last month.
She draped a padded cream clutch bag over her shoulder and kept her caramel tresses in sleek lines for a glamorous look
The father-of-three used crutches to aid him after he suffered a broken tibia during his fight with Dustin Poirier the main event of UFC 264 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas
He won by TKO after the doctor stopped the bout after the first round, after it was revealed that Conor broke his tibia.
Following successful surgery on the break, Conor stepped up his recovery by heading back to the gym while staying at the The Beverley Hills Hotel, before hitting the pool during for a sun-soaked afternoon.
Conor revealed he was back to weight training in a slew of social media posts – but appeared to only be focusing on his top half.
The father-of-three exposed his chest tattoos as he left his red shift unbuttoned at the top and sported a pair of white shorts and smart black loafers during the evening out
Following the work out, Conor took it easy as he shared a snap of himself lounging around the hotel pool.
It’s unclear when McGregor may be able to fight again, though his road to recovery is believed to be a long one.
McGregor took to social media after surgery and said: ‘Just out of the surgery room, everything went to plan, everything went perfect and I’m feeling tremendous.
It’s unclear when McGregor may be able to fight again, but his leg no longer had a cast on following surgery, suggesting he’s on the road to recovery
‘We’ve got six weeks on a crutch now and then we begin to build back.
‘A clean break of the tibia and it was not to be. Dustin, you can celebrate that illegitimate win all you want but you’ve done nothing in there.
‘That second round would have shown all,’ he added.
Hard life: McGregor appeared well on the way to recovery as he returned to the gym and showed off his new haircut following surgery – before heading to the pool