CONOR MCGREGOR has increased his portfolio by buying a pub where he punched a 50-year-old man.
The shared house is where the Irish were caught by cameras assaulting Des Keogh in April 2019.
Footage released in August 2019 shows Mcgregor impress Keogh after he twice refused to drink the MMA star’s No. 12 decent whiskey.
The Notorious was hastily dragged out of the bar after the chaos, which shocked viewers.
McGregor admits assaulting Keogh – to whom he apologized – and was fined £ 860 (€ 1000) by Dublin District Court.
But it looks like Keogh might have some difficulty getting back to Marble Arch after changing ownership.
On Thursday, McGregor The quote tweeted a news story about his purchase and wrote: “Ye and your people have banned.”
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McGregor’s latest purchase of real estate makes him the owner of two pubs.
In 2019, the 32-year-old bought the pub The Black Forge near his hometown of Crumlin.
Ireland’s first UFC champion is said to have splashed out £ 1.7 million (€ 2 million) to become owner of the property.
He is said to have spent an additional £ 868,000 (1 million euros) to turn the site into a culinary pub.
McGregor is currently gearing up for a three-part match against former furry rival Dustin Poirier.
The set of this pair’s huge money series will be noticeable UFC 264 at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena on July 10.
McGregor suffered one The second round defeat to KO against Poirier was fan favorite in January at UFC 257 and are a little champions to settle the score with the temporary former lightweight champion.
After the official announcement of the rubber match, the Dubliner player told ESPN: “I signed the agreement this morning.
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“I will split the game into a ** new hole on July 10th. Mac is back in Sin City! Home!”
McGregor’s manager, Audie Attar, thinks a win over Poirier will help Mystic Mac get the third crack in the lightweight title.
Sports management director Paradigm told MMA Junkie: “I think that just makes sense.
“I think this really turns out to be the number one struggle.
“I think Chandler vs. Oliveira will happen and the winner of it faces winner McGregor vs. Poirier 3.”