Conor McGregor Voluntarily Promotes ‘Incredible’ BKFC 57 Event On Social Media

"Notorious" expressed his massive support for BKFC.

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Conor Mcgregor Bkfc 57 - Image credit @@TheNotoriousMMA Twitter/X
  • Conor McGregor supported BKFC 57 by promoting the event from his home
  • “Notorious” has been a fan of BKFC and is being linked to a bare-knuckle fight with Mike Perry

Conor McGregor did BKFC a huge favor by doing some marketing work for their recent event on social media.

Conor promoted BKFC 57 from home

McGregor proved that he is working even when he was just chilling in his house and watching some fights after he diligently promoted BKFC 57 on X. The former UFC two-division king inundated millions of his followers on X with tweets about how “incredible” BKFC 57 was from start to finish.

It has also become apparent that “Notorious” was also promoting his Forged Irish Stout beer as seen in his tweets.

Check out some of McGregor’s tweets below:

Even without McGregor raving about it on social media, BKFC 57 was indeed, a spectacle in bare-knuckle boxing. Austin Trout outperformed Luis Palomino in the main event en route to a unanimous decision win but nine fights in the 11-bout card ended in knockout finishes.

McGregor has been a BKFC fan

This wasn’t the first time McGregor supported BKFC. As most can recall, “Notorious” made an epic appearance at BKFC 41 where he even capped the event off with a face-off with Mike Perry.

Due to the undeniable buzz generated by McGregor, BKFC founder David Feldman is now hoping to book the UFC star in a super bare-knuckle boxing showdown with Perry.

As it stands, there is no concrete news about McGregor’s long-awaited UFC return. He was expected to face Michael Chandler in June but nothing has been made official yet by the UFC.

Published on February 3, 2024 at 10:41 am
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