Check out the pipes on Conor McGregor.
The former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Featherweight and Lightweight champion of the world recently hit a pub in New York to not only promote his “Proper 12” Whiskey, but to take part in a little karaoke.
And he brought a famous friend with him, as “The Late Night Show” host Jimmy Fallon accompanied Conor on stage to sing their version of “Whiskey in a Jar” by the Dubliners.
Check out their performance right here:
Champion fighter, business man and now singer, there truly isn’t anything this man can’t do.
It was recently reported the McGregor’s Proper No. 12 assisted the whiskey business to cross the $1 billion mark in the US for the first time ever. So while he isn’t actively fighting as much as he used to in the past, he’s still making his money elsewhere.
Nevertheless, “Notorious” could be gearing up for a return to the Octagon in the near future, as company president Dana White recently revealed he and “Notorious” would be meeting to talk about his looming return.
As far as potential in-cage opponents, there is always Tony Ferguson, the former interim lightweight champion who has been sitting on the sidelines taking care of personal family issues.
The likely candidate to welcome McGregor back into the Octagon, however, seems to be Donald Cerrone, who scored a hard-earned unanimous decision win over AL Iaquinta at last night’s UFC on ESPN+ 9 event in Ottawa, Quebec Canada. “Cowboy” took the chance to once against call out Conor to a showdown, this time at UFC 239 in July.
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