Out of jail, and back in the news in his patent style!
Just last week Conor McGregor was in the jail for smashing a fan’s phone after the fans tried to click a picture of the MMA star. He apparently was annoyed by the activity and took the phone from the fan, threw it down and smashed it with his leg.
However, that is done; McGregor is out of jail and back amidst all the action.
First, Conor lead the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Chicago and took to his Instagram to post a few pictures of him in the parade.
The Irish man was proud to lead the parade and waved out to his fans, raging on his popularity like he always does. These pictures were posted on Conor’s Instagram; in the caption, he thanked a few and said he was proud to be an Irishman:
Leading the charge for the St. Patrick’s day Parade here in the great city of Chicago!
Thank you to my friends Jim and Michelle and the entire plumbers unions, and also the City’s Mayor, Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Thank you so much for the hospitality! What a city! What a parade!
What an honour!!
I am one proud Irishman today, and everyday, thank you all so much!
McGregor was born in Boston in another life pic.twitter.com/XYBl2gxkBJ
— Barstool Sports (@barstooltweetss) March 16, 2019
Conor was in action, again, when he stepped on ice and dropped the puck at the game between Boston Bruins and Columbus Blue Jackets. The fans were, obviously, excited to see the MMA wrestler and lost their cool when he took center stage.
Not just that, he also went to the dressing room of the Boston Bruins and gave them an inspirational speech before the game began. The notorious MMA fighter stuck to a simple slogan: “When I say “Boston!” You say “Strong!” “BOSTON!”….“
Well, the speech seemed to have riled up and inspired the players as they went on to win the game with a scoreline of 2-1. Post the victory, Conor stepped into the dressing room to celebrate, only this time he had a trolley stuffed with cartons of his very own Proper Twelve whiskey!
Conor sure knows how to rile up a group, and moreover, how to celebrate a victory!