Conor McGregor’s Father Undergoes an Uncomfortable Medical Procedure: “There Are a Couple of Practitioners in Dublin… ”

Published 04/01/2022, 11:34 AM EDT
Conor McGregor ringside at 3Arena, Dublin. Picture date: Friday February 25, 2022. (Photo by Brian Lawless/PA Images via Getty Images)

UFC Star and former two-weight world champion Conor McGregor have turned his life in a matter of the past decade. The 33-year-old mixed martial artist not only became the richest fighter in UFC, but he also went to become the first fighter to pick two world titles simultaneously. However, on this occasion, it was McGregor’s father, Tony McGregor, who broke the internet with his new lavish look. The 61-year-old shared an image of himself with a rejuvenated hairline that caught many off guard.

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In a conversation with Irish Mirror, Tony McGregor proclaimed himself as the “best international yachtsman.”  He stated that the process was not comfortable at all, but he somehow pushed through. The end results were fascinating indeed, as Tony shared an image of the brand new look on the internet.

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He said, “It’s a cool look as well. My particular concern was that I was thinning so that they said they could fill in the hairs. They blend in the colors into your existing hair. It does me fine. My crown was thinning and my side/temple areas were thinning as well so they just filled that in for me.

I keep my hair on a close crew cut. I don’t even use a brush. It’s not even new hair, it’s just like a tattooed area. They do it over a period of three or four sessions to get the right density. But it’s really just a cover-up.”

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Is Conor McGregor ready to make a return to the octagon?

It has been close to a year since the MMA community saw the Irish superstar stepping foot inside the octagon. The Notorious one has been dealing with an injury that he suffered against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 last year. Earlier in the year, he made a surprise appearance on Bellator’s Dublin card and stated he is hoping to make a return soon and is now looking to challenge welterweight champion Kamaru Usman.

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The Nigerian mixed martial artist has come out as a dominant champion of the division with 5 title defenses to his name. Moreover, he is also ruling the pound-for-pound ranking, as the best fighter in the world. Despite his many accolades and accomplishments, McGregor still feels he has what it takes to once again become the dual weight champion by besting Usman (welterweight title) and Charles Oliveira (lightweight title).

Do you think McGregor can recapture UFC gold in 2022?

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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