‘JB and Big Foot, We Rule Beverly Hills’- Conor McGregor Gets a Surprise Visitor

Published 07/24/2021, 1:13 PM EDT


Conor McGregor is without a doubt the biggest name in the UFC. ‘The Notorious’ is the only fighter on the UFC roster who can consistently sell over a million PPV buys. A McGregor fight commands the attention of everyone from a hard-core fan to someone who has little to no idea about the UFC and MMA in general. 

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Given his fame and popularity, it is no surprise that every time McGregor fights, the arena is packed with the biggest celebrities. White stated that UFC 264 had the most number of celebrities in attendance compared to any other fight card they had put on before. One such celebrity in attendance was Justin Bieber, who recently stopped by to visit ‘The Notorious’ following his nasty injury. 

The Instagram caption said, “JB and Big Foot, we rule Beverly Hills! God bless my brother! Backed by the highest power! Huge congrats on your @balenciaga campaign and your @drewhouse! Can’t wait to get to the show tomorrow! Legends Unite! #ProperPopstarz #BreakfastThenTifannys @justinbieber @properwhiskey”

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Justin Bieber is an ardent UFC fan and can often be seen ringside at PPV events. Furthermore, in a live stream before the third fight against Poirier, McGregor thanked Justin Bieber for his support after the loss at UFC 257. 

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The common consensus was that McGregor would take around six months to recover. However, Dana White, in a recent interview, stated he expects McGregor to be out for about nine months and reckons that the superstar will fight around the same time next year. 

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‘The Notorious’ underwent a three-hour surgery in order to fix his fractured tibia and fibula. McGregor is confident that he can make a full comeback and will be able to throw kicks as he used to before the injury. 

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Moreover, he was extremely adamant about wanting to get back to fighting as soon as possible. It will be interesting to see how McGregor recovers from his injury. And how much time he will take to return to the sport. 

Do you think we will see Conor McGregor back in the octagon? If yes when do you think he will fight again? Let us know in the comments below!

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Kevin Binoy

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Kevin Binoy is an MMA author at EssentiallySports. He earned a Bachelor's degree from Fergusson College and has been covering sports professionally for over two years. Besides working with the MMA writing team, Kevin is a core member of the organization's web stories team and is responsible for delivering engaging MMA web stories.

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