Conor McGregor Spotted Drinking With Niece In Photo

The former UFC Double Champion Conor McGregor is one of the promotion’s top fighters. His fans recently got concerned after a posted a bizarre confusing message during a visit to his Irish pub on Tuesday after vowing to quit drinking.  The UFC superstar took to Instagram with a 400-word post to celebrate Irish coronavirus restrictions being relaxed while letting his hair down at his Dublin bar the Black Forge Inn. Conor McGregor recently has ‘babe’ sitting on his lap.



McGregor holds a minority stake in the alcohol brand in which he founded, Proper No. Twelve whiskey as Proximo Spirits, a company that owns most notably Jose Cuervo acquired the majority of that company in a deal worth up to 600 million dollars back in April of last year.

Conor McGregor confuses fans

The caption was noted to be long and confusing, with one of the accompanying pictures showing him with his belt unbuckled before posing with a phone in his hand.

In the post, he also went on to discuss that he was happy ‘freedom day’ had arrived, before making several typos and writing incomprehensible sentences about it being ‘chaos’ when you visit. He also posted a photo of his niece drinking.

Conor had further pledged to make his return to training and matches this spring after breaking his leg during his defeat to Dustin Poirier last year.  His fans immediately took note of the post and commented on the post with their opinions, with some suggesting he was back drinking alcohol and not taking his sport seriously.

One person said in the replies: ‘Connor isn’t serious about being an elite athlete anymore. Elite athletes don’t drink alcohol and go out partying multiple times per week.’ 

While another said: ‘Constantly on the drink. The man’s done. Found his fame and fortune and now he’s off the rails.’

While another person on Instagram said: ‘Stick to MMA please cut out the alcohol.’ 

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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