There Are Rumours On Social Media That Conor McGregor Was In Trouble Last Night

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November 28, 2017 at 1:54pm

There Are Rumours On Social Media That Conor McGregor Was In Trouble Last Night

Conor McGregor has been in all sorts of trouble over the last couple of months and today there have been messages circulating on social media about him.

One MMA blog claims there was a fight while plenty of people who were in the Forge Bar are claiming there was some sort of altercation. You can follow a discussion on reddit about it here.

MMA sites have been tweeting about it too...

The Forge pub in Crumlin has been mentioned by multiple people...

There's been no word from McGregor or his team regarding the alleged incident at the time of writing although he has just liked a tweet about it...

He also uploaded this Instagram post in the aftermath of all the drama, simply captioning it 'The Celebrity'

Meanwhile, talks of a re-match between The Notorious and Floyd Mayweather are beginning to dissipate. 

Earlier this week, TMZ claimed that Mayweather was "training like a maniac" leading fans to speculate that the pair might follow up on their 'Money Fight' which took place earlier this year in Vegas.

However, according to Showtime Sports’ Stephen Espinoza, it's not going to happen. 

He told TMZ: 

“Floyd seems pretty happy retired. I don’t think we’ll see him in the ring again.

"And it seems like the UFC really wants McGregor back in the cage.”

Just two weeks ago, the UFC Champ caused uproar at Bellator when he jumped into the ring and attempted to attack the referee.

McGregor later tweeted and deleted a response to the incident. 


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