“The ride to the arena was wild” - Conor McGregor arrives with Forged Irish Stout ring girls at Anthony Joshua vs. Robert Helenius fight, fans go wild

UFC star Conor McGregor arrives at O2 Arena
UFC star Conor McGregor arrives at O2 Arena [Images Courtesy: @daznboxing on Twitter]

Former UFC two-division champion Conor McGregor has gained global fame due to his impressive accomplishments in the octagon, his charismatic persona, and his successful ventures beyond the world of combat sports.

'The Notorious' made a grand entrance at the Anthony Joshua vs. Robert Helenius fight on Saturday night, turning heads as he arrived at London's O2 Arena. The Irish fighter brought along his own group of 'ring girls', aiming to draw attention to his Forged Irish Stout brand, which was a sponsor for the event.

Check out the video below:

Conor McGregor went a step further by having IBF bantamweight world champion Ebanie Bridges, who was one of the ring girls, serve pints while sporting Forged Irish Stout merchandise.

Fans swiftly chimed in with a diverse array of reactions following Conor McGregor's larger-than-life entrance at the event.

One fan wrote:

"Walking out of the bathroom stall vibes."

Another wrote:

"Sexual assault allegations incoming 🙃"

Check out some more reactions below:

"Hanging out with ebony 👀🦴"
"Them ring girl best stay clear of any bathrooms next him 🙊"
"I know the ride to the arena was WILD lol."
"Lets hope there are no accusations this time 🙄🙄😬"
"He’s looking normal again."
"OMG is that a bunch of dwarfs walking behind @TheNotoriousMMA? Conor is a midget, how short are those people?"
"He better not r*pe anyone."
Credits: Twitter
Credits: Twitter

Conor McGregor slams Elon Musk vs. Mark Zuckerberg after the UFC was left out by X CEO

Elon Musk has affirmed that his potential MMA showdown against Mark Zuckerberg won't be under UFC's banner. While Dana White had expressed interest in organizing the fight, Musk's recent social media post seems to have dismissed that possibility.

The Tesla CEO declared that his bout with Zuckerberg would be managed through their respective foundations, effectively bypassing the necessity for the world's leading MMA promotion to take part.

Conor McGregor was clearly displeased by this development and promptly turned to X (formerly Twitter) to support the UFC. He welcomed the prospect that the UFC might not be involved in promoting the fight between Musk and Zuckerberg:

"I could not be less interested in this, I am so happy the UFC will not be involved."

Check out McGregor's post below:

Credits: @TheNotoriousMMA on Twitter
Credits: @TheNotoriousMMA on Twitter

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