Former two-weight world champion McGregor has responded to a fan who told him to ‘sort out’ Dublin saying he would start by working on the Twitter user’s teeth
Conor McGregor offered to ‘sort out’ a fan’s teeth in an aggressive exchange on Twitter this afternoon after being ordered to fix his hometown.
The former two-weight world champion was celebrating on social media after buying a new pub called The Waterside in his hometown, the third in his property portfolio. He retweeted a story confirming the purchase of his new Howth hotspot, then posted that “the town is mine! And my town is your town”, along with a love heart emoji.
A fan cheered with a message imploring him to “sort out” Dublin, to which McGregor replied “your teeth first” in a violent but likely joking response to the user. The fan responded to McGregor’s unexpected jab by saying “Leave my pearly whites out of it. Get that kip sorted, it’s out of control.”
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McGregor had just quickly deleted another response to a disgruntled local Twitter user, who said he didn’t want the UFC legend as a neighbor. “You also have a superyacht in Howth? McGregor asked in response, to which the user took down his tweet.
The Irishman has already turned the Black Forge Inn in Drimnagh into one of Dublin’s most sought-after hotspots and recently bought the nearby Marble Arch pub, where he infamously punched a customer in 2019. After buying the property, McGregor joked that his victim was not allowed back. , adding “your man is forbidden.”
McGregor’s latest waterside purchase is a short walk from the Howth Yacht Club, where he will likely spend much of his time in the future. He already owns the 188, which his father Tony maintains, and he recently bought a new luxury Lamborghini yacht where he and his family vacationed.
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He is currently in training for his return to the UFC, although his return may be delayed until early next year after his progress has stalled. No date has yet been confirmed, but promoter Dana White has indicated it is expected towards the end of this year at the earliest.
He is also considering a future return to boxing, once he successfully competes in the UFC again. “Boxing is my first love in combat sports,” McGregor said sky sports. “I had a great time the last time I went.
“Obviously my return will be in the octagon for the UFC. This story is far from over, in fact it has only just been written. It’s only the beginning but boxing, for sure , I will return to the square circle in the future.”