Conor McGregor: UFC star reacts to reportedly sharing same position with Adolf Hitler, Vincent Van Gogh, Leonardo Da Vinci, Mother Teresa and more- ‘Very nice’
Since breaking his leg against Dustin Poirier in their July 2021 trilogy match, Conor McGregor has been away from the octagon. But…
Since breaking his leg against Dustin Poirier in their July 2021 trilogy match, Conor McGregor has been away from the octagon. But ‘The Notorious’ is quite active across all social media channels. McGregor recently responded to a tweet claiming he was the most well-known Irish person. In the tweet, Mother Teresa, Vincent Van Gogh, Adolf Hitler, and Leonardo da Vinci were also mentioned, along with their respective historical contexts. Follow UFC News updates with InsideSport.IN
Conor McGregor shares a list of people with Adolf Hitler and Leonardo da Vinci
The well-known UFC fighter was featured on a map of notable persons worldwide labeled by their various nations. The title of most renowned Irish person went to Conor McGregor. The tweet was reposted by The Notorious, who wrote, “Very Nice.” Adolf Hitler in Germany and Leonardo da Vinci in Italy were listed as notable individuals. Meanwhile, Vincent Van Gogh was named a famous person in the Netherlands.
Nice! Real nice! ☘️🇮🇪 https://t.co/RnlM208Rc2
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) December 28, 2022
In 1988, McGregor was born in Crumlin, Dublin, Ireland. A transfer to Lucan occurred in 2006. McGregor has traveled to all corners of the globe thanks to his money. Dee Devlin and his children live with him in a house near Dublin. McGregor’s recent donation of medical supplies to Crumlin’s Our Lady Children’s Hospital demonstrates his commitment to his neighborhood. McGregor works out with John Kavanagh in Dublin while training for SBG Ireland.
The Notorious is famous in the world of combat sports
In the realm of combat sports, Conor McGregor continues to enjoy widespread popularity. The “Notorious” one’s journey to becoming one of the wealthiest athletes in the world is inspirational. In combat sports, McGregor has a record of 22-6 MMA and 10-4 UFC.
McGregor debuted as a professional in 2008. Before entering the UFC in 2013, he won the lightweight and featherweight championships of Cage Warriors. In under 13 seconds, McGregor defeated Jose Aldo to claim the UFC featherweight championship in 2015. McGregor defeated Eddie Alvarez in Madison Square Garden to win the UFC lightweight championship. He is one of the only five fighters in the UFC to hold two championship titles simultaneously.
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