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The Irish mafia wants to merk Conor McGregor after wild bar fight

What’s really good with ya mans Conor McGregor?

After cashing out in Vegas with $100 million for his “boxing match” against Floyd Mayweather (who has also been wildin’ out recently), the world’s most famous Irishman is now in a world of danger.

According to crime reporter Paul Williams, who spoke to Newstalk Breakfast, Conor got into a wild barroom fight with three men recently and washed them all up.

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The bad news is that those men are suspected to be a part of one of the most dangerous mob families in all of Ireland, the Kinahans, and they don’t give a fuck about who Conor McGregor is. Oh yeah, and they want to merk Conor now. Williams explained,

“I have to say about this, and I’m wearing my old, veteran crime reporter hat. Conor McGregor is in a very dangerous place at the moment. He has come into conflict through probably no fault of his own, with a group of very, very dangerous people who are tied up with the Kinahans. These people do not care who Conor McGregor is, what he stands for, how powerful he is, they will drag him down into the cesspit.”

Irish police have been notified about the situation as McGregor allegedly assaulted these men with ties to Kinahan lieutenant Graham “The Wig” Whelan who is currently convicted on drug charges. Rumor has it that one of them was actually Whelan’s father that Conor smacked around and there’s actually a €900,000 ($1 million USD) bounty on his head.

Again this is all speculation.

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This sounds like some serious shit and as wild as Conor McGregor is, you better believe he’s playing it safe and keeping low. Realistically he needs to dip from Ireland and stay the fuck away for a minute.

Of course everybody from Dana White to Conor’s father are denying these reports, but I don’t know — definitely sounds like some shit that would happen to Conor McGregor.

Respect to Martin they hassled the bollox out of him as well hahah

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Paul Williams couldn’t stress enough how serious of danger Conor is actually in though. Apparently, these are the types of gangsters who will pop anybody on sight, in public, wherever. He continued,

“I just want to make a comment about this. Conor McGregor is potentially in very, very serious danger, I hear that from my sources and from looking at the lay of the land. He has ended up crossing swords – accidentally or however – with some very, very heavy people, or some people who are related to some very, very heavy people who could pose a very serious threat to his safety, and potentially his life. And I don’t say that lightly.”

Hopefully Conor McGregor is Gucci when it’s all said and done. Maybe after this wild story, he’ll finally keep it low key, enjoy his wealth, and focus on his family.

He posted this IG right after the reports surfaced.

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Who are we kidding, we’re gonna see another brazy headline in a week!

This was him walking outside of a courtroom in Ireland today saying “Come and get me!” I wonder who he’s talking to?

Mayweather-McGregor ‘Money Fight’ pop up combined boxing & streetwear

The megafight of the century (sort of) lived up to the hype when Floyd Mayweather beat Conor McGregor in 10 rounds with a TKO. Realistically, there was no way Floyd was gonna lose because of the betting odds. Plus, Conor just wasn’t ready, but that’s another story.

The real story was happening at the official Showtime Boxing pop up nearby at the Fashion Show Mall where there were exclusive VLONE, Chacha The Wave, Hall of Fame, and Jeremy Dean collabs (just to name a few) that had all the hypebeasts flocking.

Fans from all over the world took home a piece of sports history with merch that combines boxing and streetwear like it’s never been done before.

The vintage VLONE tee is clearly a one of a kind piece.

And it just looks too lit when you really look at the finer detail.

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OVO Ryan and Foley pulled up for Chacha The Wave

Click here to purchase from the Showtime Store.

There was also a fire collab with Hall of Fame…

Keep an eye out for these brands making waves all over.

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You already know there were baddies on deck rocking that Jeremy Dean longsleeve.

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This was definitely streetwear that anyone can enjoy.

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There was a little something for everybody here like this video game inspired joint.

This caricature of Floyd and Conor was another hot seller too.

And even more of the Hall of Fame Mayweather vs. McGregor looks.

These pieces are now a part of boxing and streetwear history.

The Fashion Show Mall was low key the center of streetwear.

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It’s safe to say it will never be the same in there again.

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And realistically, it was fun for the whole family.

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Who knows if there will ever be an event like this ever!

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If you missed out on the pop up, peep the official Showtime store where they have the exclusive Chacha The Wave collab tee still available!

Listen to Floyd Mayweather’s Spotify playlist to train like a champion

We all know the Floyd persona by now, he’s bigger than life, extravagant and his middle name might as well be money at this point. He makes this shit look easy but I know deep inside I’m not about to step in a ring 50 times and never lose.

Floyd’s legacy is more than safe by now and if you don’t think so I’m sure his new $3 million Bugatti (his 6th one btw) will tell you to shut the fuck up.

Amongst all these W’s that keep flying Floyd’s way, I have to wonder how he stays so consistent, he’s constantly been the top guy and villain for years and at 40 years old he looks determined as ever to get his money and stay elite.

A couple days before his last fight Floyd blessed everyone with his own curated playlist on Spotify appropriately named “Hard Work and Dedication.”

After bumping the 42 songs in the playlist I’m pretty sure I’m officially Money Team, the track list features massive songs that hit not just on the charts but sonically as well.

We have Drake’s “Free Smoke,” Ace Hood’s “Hustle Hard,” and of course Meek’s essential “Ima Boss.” This “Hard Work and Dedication” playlist shows just how Floyd has stayed so consistent… hard work and dedication duh!

It’s easy to look at someone like Floyd and knock him off as an arrogant dick but wouldn’t you be if you could make $300 million in a night?

Earlier this year during a Brooklyn press conference Floyd told the up and coming Adrien Broner,

“Always have patience, you go’n get to where you need to”.

Floyd wasn’t always making the money he is now but he continued working and knocking every one of his challenges down. We might not be able to be Floyd Mayweather, he even acknowledges he’s a different breed saying,

“There’s a difference between being talented and God gifted”

But we can practice his hard work and dedication so go bump that playlist and start working towards something!

Mayweather-McGregor ‘Money Fight’ pop ups are hitting LA and Vegas

Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor is the superfight we’ve all been waiting for.

And while some of that hype settled down since they were out on their press tour a month ago, wildin’, the hype is officially back on again this weekend in LA when “The Money Fight” pop up goes live. This is the kick off to the actual fight on the 26th.

On August 19th and 20th, fans will have the opportunity to cop the only official exclusive merch on sale for the Mayweather-McGregor bout. It’s all going down from 11am – 7pm so don’t ass out.

T-shirts and posters will be on deck for fans who want to hold a piece of history but if you’re not in LA don’t worry. There’s gonna be another pop up in Las Vegas during the fight weekend itself. If you’re in town, this is something you don’t wanna miss.

But that’s not all that’s gonna be there. Other limited edition products and accessories will be available only to the people who pull up and see it for themselves. So don’t play yourself and miss out fam!

As for the actual merch itself, you got options. Classic tee designs featuring both fighters come in many different variations. So if you’re only really fuckin’ with one of these dudes, then there’s posters for each of them to show your individual support.

Peep the collection below and see you in Vegas (or LA). But remember, there’s plenty more!

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How Conor McGregor went from welfare to self-made millionaire

The story of Conor McGregor is far from over.

But based off of what he’s accomplished in just the past four years alone, you can already make a movie based off that shit.

There’s no denying that he has the biggest mouth arguably in all of sports, but he writes checks that his ass can cash.

But oh yeah, he’s been cashing in like a mad man as his intentions are clear: he’s in it for the money and isn’t stopping until he’s atop that Forbes Top 25 Highest-Paid Athletes list.

Considering that he’s been in the game for not even half a decade, he’s already cemented himself as the cash cow of the UFC and most recently set up a dream match against Floyd Mayweather which is gonna make him stupid bread.

Win or lose, you’re looking at a guy who’s already pretty damn rich and gonna transition that into being wild fucking rich.

The craziest part is that it wasn’t too long ago when he was dead broke, working a job that not most would do, and dreaming of one day making it.

Not only did he make it but he far surpassed anything anyone would’ve expected from him. Now he’s ready to take all the money he can from sports and transition that into a movie career (most likely) where he isn’t going to risk his health and make even more BREAD.

No doubt he’ll be raking in cash for a long time to come but he started as a young boy in Dublin who knew he wanted to fight and didn’t want to be broke anymore.

Check out the video above highlighting Conor McGregor’s story and rise to the top.

The Mayweather-McGregor fight could deadass make over half a billion

The Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor fight is going to happen no matter what.

The main reason? There’s just way too much money on the table and both of these men are all about fattening up their pockets. Besides what have they got to lose?

Money Mayweather and the Notorious One have been taking shots at each other for years now, building up hype unlike any other scrap since the Thrilla in Manilla. But the only thing that is guaranteed about this fight is that it will surely be disappointing. Remember how long it took Mayweather to fight Pacquiao? And that shit was hella trash. SMH. Still, it’s going down because of the two most important reasons.

For one, the fans want this shit, but the main reason is because of that money boy!

As for the numbers, ESPN’s Darren Rovell put together some interesting projections that show exactly why these two men need to take this fight. He broke down the exact numbers behind every revenue driver for the event and even stacked it up against numbers vs. what the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight generated.

Let’s just say this shit makes no damn sense.

Projected Ticket Sales: $77.1 million

Projected PPV Sales: $475 million

Projected Sponsorship Sales: $22 million

Projected Merchandise Sales: $2 million

Projected Nevada Betting: $30 million

Projected total: $606.1 million

Still, Mayweather-Pacquiao made $623.5 million

At the end of the day, these guys have no problem putting their reputations on the line to make a serious payday, as if they needed any more bread. Doing this type of cross-sports event could open to the door to many more like it.

Imagine a Deontay Wilder vs. Jon Jones fight though. Now chill out, I would pay to see that! Realistically, these guys should just save the injuries too and settle their differences at Wrestlemania like true superstars do.