Conor McGregor Drops Massive €1,000,000 Donation To Crumlin Boxing Club

"The Notorious" is giving back to his old boxing club that helped him get his start in combat sports.

Conor Mcgregor
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Conor McGregor continues to give back to his community after having established himself as one of the biggest combat sports stars of all time. The Irishman swiftly gained notoriety with a legendary stint in the UFC, elevating himself to superstardom and participating in some of the largest PPV events in the promotion’s history.

After big money fights under his belt against the likes of Nate Diaz, Khabib Nurmagomedov, and Floyd Mayweather Jr., along with a successful whiskey business that has earned him several million dollars, McGregor has established himself quite well financially, and has no problem giving back to his community.

Conor McGregor Drops Massive Donation To Former Boxing Club

McGregor’s former boxing club, Crumlin Boxing Club, took to social media to announce that McGregor donated a whopping €1,000,000 to the gym to help extend the club and make it even larger. Check it out here:

McGregor has been out-of-action since July of 2021 after suffering a nasty leg injury against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264. Since McGregor has been rehabbing hard in hopes of a return to Octagon action. He has noticeably put on a significant amount of muscle and size during the layoff as well.

Rumors have been running rampant suggesting that the Irishman could return to coach another season of The Ultimate Fighter opposite an opponent such as Tony Ferguson or Michael Chandler. Of course, that would conclude with a fight between the two coaches after the season is over. No confirmation has been made as to who or when McGregor will fight as of this writing. 

Published on February 3, 2023 at 1:19 pm
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