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Someone Threw A Hat At Conor McGregor During His Ibiza Party, He Angrily Stamped On It

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Someone Threw A Hat At Conor McGregor During His Ibiza Party, He Angrily Stamped On It

Conor McGregor angrily stamped on a hat after someone threw it at him during his Ibiza birthday celebrations.

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McGregor held a lavish party with his friends and family to celebrate his 34th birthday.

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But his celebrations turned sour when a person decided to throw a hat at the UFC star's way.

The video shows someone from the dancefloor firing a hat at the 'Notorious' in a VIP area.

The hat missed McGregor's face but struck him in the chest.

He sarcastically gestured towards the person who threw the hat, before stamping on it.

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An annoyed McGregor then mouthed some words before walking away from the incident.

Image: via Twitter
Image: via Twitter

The former UFC 'champ-champ' is clearly enjoying himself as he nears his Octagon return.

He hasn't fought since his TKO defeat to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 last summer.

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The Irishman broke his leg in the fight, but rehab is almost done.

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

Despite not winning a UFC fight since January 2020, McGregor has been called out by Jorge Masvidal and UFC lightweight champion Charles Oliveira.

Not to mention Jake Paul, who hit out at McGregor in a brutal video.

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'The Problem Child' said: "ConorConorConor, you're more active on Twitter than you are in the octagon - your priorities are mixed up. Put down the bottle, and get back to fighting.

"You haven't won a fight in five f***ing years, and the last time you did was against Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone.

"He hasn't won a fight against anyone since fighting you."

He added: "I’m a nobody, you say in this tweet, and I guess you're right. I'm just a kid from Ohio, I am a nobody, but your sixth fight had literally two people in the crowd, and I'm going to be fighting my sixth fight at Madison Square Garden; the 'Mecca of boxing'. August 6, I know you'll be watching, kiddo."

Featured Image Credit: via Twitter

Topics: Conor McGregor, UFC

Nasir Jabbar
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