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Conor McGregor’s girlfriend Dee Devlin recently posted multiple photos supporting the former UFC Double Champion after his run-in with Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly at the VMA’s. She is showing that she is not jealous or angry with his behavior.




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Teddy Atlas reacts to Conor McGregor’s tiff with MGK

Boxing trainer and commentator Teddy Atlas recently joked that ‘The Notorious One’ might have been slightly drunk with ‘Proper 12’ whiskey ahead of the recent altercation with rapper Machine Gun Kelly.

During the MTV Video Music Awards 2021, McGregor threw a drink at MGK after apparently being shoved by one of his security guards. Meanwhile, ‘Proper 12’ was a whiskey brand founded by the Irish MMA superstar, who made a $600m profit by selling its majority stakes earlier this year. Dana White Fires Four UFC Fighters

In a chat with co-host Ken Rideout on his own YouTube channel, Teddy Atlas spoke about how Conor McGregor has gone after trouble, keeping his bad-boy image intact.

“He might be drinking a little bit too much of his Proper 12. I don’t like to make fun of anybody. But you know sometimes people put themselves in that position. He had a problem at the awards ceremony with MGK. You wonder if he looks for that stuff because it stays within that bad boy image. That image made a lot of money for him. He was a hell of a fighter. I think maybe his best days are past him. But he is a pioneer the way (Muhammad) Ali was in boxing,” said Teddy Atlas.

Atlas then claimed that the ‘Notorious’ fighter built his own empire from scratch and helped UFC grow as well.

“He brought the big money to the UFC which really hadn’t been there. So he’s been an icon already in the sport. There’s no doubt about it. But he’s got this image. I don’t know how much of him being out of control feeds the wolf, feeds that double-headed dragon which makes so much money for him,” added Atlas.