Conor McGregor Goes On 3 Day Bender, Ends Up At A Random House Party In Liverpool
Despite not fighting since winning the UFC lightweight strap in November of last year, MMA superstar Conor McGregor still frequently manages to find himself at the centre of media attention wherever he goes but if you thought the imminent arrival of his first child would slow him down, think again.
First, The Notorious attended the Liverpool Grand National last weekend, dressed in one of his most outrageous outfits in recent memory, and then, just to top things off, went on a bender and randomly ended up at a house party in Huyton.
On Saturday, McGregor and his crew flew into Liverpool in his private jet before they all drove to the city centre in a convey of Rolls Royces because, well, he’s fu*kin Conor McGregor!
He also rocked up to Aintree racecourse dressed like this:
After a day of booze and sunshine at Aintree, McGregor made an appearance at Mansion nightclub in downtown Liverpool. While there, he threw around a bunch of fake $100 notes with his face on. Of course he bloody did!
On his second night in the city, he ventured out to another nightclub, still donning his shocking sunglasses despite the fact that it was 11.30pm. I’m not knocking that tactic – I’ve used it myself when my eyes were in a less than presentable state…
McGregor has obviously been working on his endurance because his sesh didn’t end there. After that, he ended up attending a goddamn house party in Huyton, a suburb in Merseyside, England. McGregor took to Instagram to share a snap of himself, standing on a Rolls with the caption: ‘Liverpool we run your entire city’.
How sick is it that mcgregor is doing a 3 day binge in Huyton what a nutman
— Shane Shaw (@Shaneshaw100) April 11, 2017
Love him or hate him, no one can deny the fact that The Notorious One knows how to party like a rock star and keep his name in the headlines. Also, with fatherhood fast approaching, one can forgive the fella for blowing off a little steam before the gamechanger arrives…
— Paul Byrne (@paulbyrne92) April 10, 2017