Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo took time out of his post-Euro 2016 holiday to visit UFC star Conor McGregor in training camp in Las Vegas on Sunday. . McGregor is currently in the worlds fight capital training for his hotly-anticipated rematch with Nate Diaz at UFC 202 at the T-Mobile Arena on August 20.Ronaldo took the opportunity to visit the Irishmans training camp and get a first-hand look at the UFCs featherweight champions preparations. Conor McGregor and Cristiano Ronaldo square off in the octagon - Credit: Instagram/cristiano He then took to Instagram to post a photo of the pair sizing each other up in the Octagon with the caption Great to see you bro!McGregor also took to social media to thank Ronaldo for dropping by and, in typically brash style, let him know he has his eyes on the Portuguese superstars No 1 spot on the Forbes richest athletes list. Ronaldo poses with John Kavanagh, McGregors head coach - Credit: Instagram/coach_kavanagh Ronaldo was first in 2016 with earnings of $88m (£67m) while McGregor ranked No 85 after raking in an estimated $22m (£17m).My brother Ronaldo dropped by the gym today, he posted. He is an animal.Thank you @cristiano, much respect! I will see you for that Forbes No 1 spot next year. Justin Timberlake hanging out with McGregor at UFC 200 - Credit: Instagram/justintimberlake Ronaldo is not the only major celebrity McGregor has been hanging out with recently, as he spent time with music superstar Justin Timberlake at UFC 200 on July 9. Also See: Floyd asks Roach to train McGregor Ronaldo wants Real contract extension .A. Dickey, even though he was coming off a Cy Young Award in 2012. Many felt the Jays would regret giving up righthanded pitcher prospect Noah Syndergaard and catcher Travis DArnaud over the long haul. . After Andrew Romine served up two monster home runs in the inning, Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said he thought Romine was one of the bright spots on the night, showing just how bad the series opener against the last-place Minnesota Twins went for the Tigers. MIAMI -- LeBron James dispensed with his menacing black mask at the NBAs request and switched to a clear protective cover for the Miami Heats game Saturday night against the Orlando Magic. The black mask made its debut Thursday night in James first game since he broke his nose. He said he received word from league officials Friday that they wanted him to instead wear something that would allow opponents to see his face. "Its not a league rule, but its the leagues request that you dont wear the black one," James said before Saturdays game. "The reasons they told me didnt make sense to me, but Im just a player. I will abide by the request." James scored 20 points to help the Heat earn their seventh consecutive victory, 112-98. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said NBA Commissioner Adam Silver spoke Friday with Nick Arison, son of the team owner, about the matter. James said he didnt want to make a big issue of it. "Im good with the NBA," James said with a smile. . "I am not against the NBA. I had a request, and I fulfilled it." Teammate Dwyane Wade said he warned James the league would give the black mask a thumbs-down. "I told him after Thursdays game, You have fun, because it aint happening the next game," Wade said. "It was fun. A lot of attention, a lot of T-shirts are going to be made, a lot of Instagram posts. Now we move on to something else." James agreed that the black mask was a marketing success, with feedback he received universally positive. He said he may give the mask to charity so it can be auctioned off. "Everyone loved it," James said. "I got stuff, from You look very menacing, to You look like a superhero, to You look amazing. A little bit of everything. No one told me it was terrible." Not even league officials. "I think they loved it as well," James said. ' ' '