Conor McGregor bought himself a pub with the intent of evicting someone he had fought with

Conor McGregor bought himself a pub with the intent of evicting someone he had fought with

April 2019. Dublin. Conor McGregor is based in Dreamnag, a Dublin suburb of Marble Arch Pub. Here’s what happens: The actor who refuses the MMA star is offered a glass of the right number 12 whiskey. McGregor pretends he doesn’t understand and again the actor drinks the correct number 12. This is the second time he denies it. Not a great idea, though a legitimate one.

At the time, McGregor was attacking and beating Kiyog, as I imagine to be the legacy of the Irish pub stereotype. In an interview with ESPN, he apologized, saying he had to “fix his head” and pay a fine of about 1,000 euros imposed by a local court.

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It’s not over. Two years later, the Irish fighter returned to Marble Arch with $ 2.5 million to buy the pub. Maybe you want to become an entrepreneur? Do you want to launch a new whiskey line? No, his only goal was to become the owner of the land by a single rule: Des Kiyog was not allowed. He wrote it in a tweet and re-launched the news (maybe it’s a joke? Hopefully, it’s not fun anymore).

It’s a bit reminiscent of Simpson’s episode with Homer’s banned club. But this is about the MMA champion who touches a little. One piece of advice: When he offers you something, accept it.

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