Conor Mcgregor Donates €10,000 To Sick Irish Boy’s GoFundMe Account

Former Two-Division Champion Conor Mcgregor Is Quite A Generous Individual Outside The Cage

UFC star Conor Mcgregor always put on monster performances in the cage. His outrageous trash-talking to his opponents and brash demeanor has made him a must-watch figure for haters and fans alike. Aside from that, in recent time Mcgregor made headlines earlier at UFC 223, which UFC strongly condemned it. You also probably know the intimacy of Irishman’s relationships* with Irish war gangs.

Amidst all the chaotic scenes, Mcgregor also has a kind side, who did something generous and thoughtful. Grainne McCullough, who recently set up a GoFundMe account for his sick son named Bryan who has undergone nasogastric intubation since September is in dire of need of proper medical care. Her sick five-year-old son had sepsis last year and is now unable to walk or eat. McGregor made such an excellent gesture to donate €10,000 ($11,621 U.S. dollars) to the cause.

Earlier this week Grainne McCullough reached out to McGregor via social media to thank him for his good will.

@TheNotoriousMMA we are forever grateful 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼 I will never forget what u have done for my boy u truly are a legend 💖💖💖💖💖💖💖

Earlier this year Irishman was honored for his work for Our Ladies Children’s Hospital of Crumlin as well he voluntarily helped disabled man finish his workout at SGB gym. Dated back t0 2015, Mcgregor donated €50,000 to two of Ireland’s homeless charities, Simon Community and Focus Ireland.

It’s less than a week until UFC cash cow Mcgregor will challenge Khabib Nurmagomedov for 155-pound title on October 6, at the T-Mobile Arena in Nevada.

Whatever you think of this brash Irishman, but from inside he holds a soft corner for others.

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