Conor McGregor on Fiancee Dee Devlin: “I Made Love… Wearing Both of Them Simultaneously”

Published 10/22/2023, 9:00 AM EDT

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The fight business is, at the end of the day, show business. And to put on a good show, one needs to have good showmen. And Conor McGregor is exactly that. While there may be better strikers or wrestlers, none can put on a show like McGregor.

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And part of that is his absolute shamelessness and willingness to say just about anything, no matter who it offends. His insults to Khabib Nurmagomedov‘s family, country, and religion in the build-up to their fight are a case in point. While it may have been distasteful, there is no doubt it created a lot of hype for the superfight. Recently,  we got another taste of why McGregor is so entertaining as he made a shocking revelation about the featherweight and lightweight titles amid UFC 294.

Conor McGregor makes a cheeky remark

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In a now-deleted tweet (typical of Mcgregor), ‘Notorious’  made a cheeky remark about the UFC lightweight and featherweight titles as both were on display in UFC 294. The featherweight champion, Alexander Volkanovski took on lightweight champion Islam Makhachev in their much-awaited rematch. Makhachev won the fight in the first round via a vicious head-kick knockout. But McGregor injected some much-needed fun into the proceedings.

“It’s so great being able to say to my boy, ‘you see these two titles on the line tonight, my boy. I made love to your mother wearing both of them simultaneously’ #justkidding @ufc,” the former two-division champion said in a now-deleted post.

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McGregor joked that he had told his son that he had been intimate with his wife, Dee Devlin, wearing both those belts. The Irishman is a former double champion and held the lightweight and featherweight titles simultaneously.

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Fans waiting for UFC to announce ‘Mac’s return following USADA split

USADA will no longer be the UFC’s anti-doping partner and is headed for a split starting January 2024. According to a statement from the anti-doping agency, one of the reasons behind this was that the promotion wanted to play favorites with Conor McGregor, which USADA opposed. The UFC has created its in-house anti-doping program in the wake of its split with USADA.

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And following this split, McGregor will not be bound by the six-month rule. USADA requires all fighters to enter its testing pool at least six months in advance before they can fight in the UFC. This was seen as the main obstacle that had stopped the Dubliner from making his comeback in December as originally planned. ‘Notorious’ was slated to take on rival TUF 31 coach Michael Chandler at UFC 296 in December. The former two-division champion had even announced publicly that he would return in December, but it did not materialize. But, with USADA out of the way, we may see the UFC announce his return sooner rather than later.

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Kanishk Thakur

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Kanishk Thakur is a UFC writer at EssentiallySports. Kanishk owes his love for MMA to the fan-favorite UFC commentator Joe Rogan, whose discussions of the sport on his podcast nudged him into following MMA. An experienced senior content writer, Kanishk’s passion for the sport was solidified after exploring the infamous Conor McGregor-Khabib Nurmagomedov rivalry and its eventual culmination at UFC 229.
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