Conor Mcgregor’s Current Focus Is Not On Training But Taking Care Of His Other Bussines
Former two division Conor Mcgregor will make his long-awaited return to the Octagon in the main event of UFC 229 on October 6, where he’ll challenge Khabib Nurmagomedov for a lightweight title.
Irishman has proved himself at the highest level but no doubt Khabib Nurmagomedov is for sure a nightmare matchup for Notorious. True that nobody can take that lethal left hand of Mcgregor, but he does have some weak spots in his arsenal as his skill base is striking. His schooling in jiu-jitsu and wrestling isn’t too good in comparison to those who started to pursuits training at a young age.
Khabib who’s most dominant wrestler in MMA already threaten to destroy Mcgregor in their upcoming fight. It’s apparent that Mcgregor knows all that ‘The Eagle’ is his fierce rival and Irishman’s solely looking to win this showdown, but at the moment he’s taking care of some other business, and he updated us via social media post:
”Working hard at my Whiskey distillery,” he wrote. “It is in my opinion, the finest distillery we have on this great island. We have the purest soil, with the freshest Irish spring water, and our golden Irish grain and malt is so golden, sun glasses are required to look directly at them.”
”I respect Jameson, the current number 1,” McGregor continued. “But I am coming in strong. I am coming in passionate. I am coming to take over! 77 acres of un-matched Irish soil. Creating an un-matched Irish whiskey. We are producing nothing but liquid gold here. Proper liquid gold.”
”I know my granda is looking down on me now, proud of my creation. I would love for him to be here to get his feedback. He was an avid, avid whiskey man. He was also one of the main campaigners for “early house pubs” before they were made legal across the country. He loved his whiskey more than he loved his breakfast and I KNOW that he would love this! One day Granda!”
That’s not the first time Mcgregor posted on whiskey, but his recent post about his upcoming whiskey is way lengthier. Last week he went on to declare love for Mexicans in a bizarre rant about whiskey and chest hairs.
Well, maybe Mcgregor is taking a little break from his training and focusing on his whiskey business. Who knows Mcgregor might knockout Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 and sips his new whiskey at a post-fight press conference with a big smile on his face. If it goes the other way round, a lot of people will argue he put his focus on something else when his fight against Khabib mattered the most.