Fans concerned about Conor McGregor fight after seeing him at Monaco Grand Prix
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Conor McGregor has concerned UFC fans after they spotted his actions whilst he was attending F1's most iconic race, the Monaco Grand Prix.
As always Monaco saw the rich and famous turn up to watch Formula One's stars race on the streets of the French principality in arguably the toughest race of the year.
Martin Brundle bumped into one of the great and the good who were in attendance and managed to have one of his usual awkward encounters.
The Sky Sports commentator grabbed Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois for an interview and wrongly referred to him as Spanish.
But it wasn't the worst sports star interaction of the day, with fans spotting McGregor enjoying himself a bit too much, as you can see in the video below.
The Irishman hasn't had a fight since breaking his leg against Dustin Poirier in July 2021, his second defeat in-a-row to his rival.
Obviously much of his time off has been getting fixed up following his serious injury but fans are now concerned about his next fight.
It's supposed to be against Michael Chandler with both men coaches for the upcoming Ultimate Fighter series, the UFC's reality show.
But with no date or weight set for the eventual fight and with the former two weight UFC champion too busy partying, fans are unconvinced he'll be ready to take on Chandler.
"Man isn’t training at all. Chandler is winning by murder," claimed one fan.
"When I see him now I think oh this is something else he's doing before he loses his next fight," added a second.
A third supporter made a similar prediction, claiming, "Damn bro might be getting slept."
Whilst a fourth doesn't even think the fight will take place, exclaiming, "This fight with chandler is definitely not happening."
"Yeah, he’s night fighting this year is he?", questioned a fifth.
McGregor's return to the octagon may not have been confirmed just yet but that doesn't mean he's not been making plenty of noise outside of it.
He was very vocal about KSI's controversial win over Joe Fournier which was later overturned due to the accidental elbow that finished the fight.
The 34-year-old also refused to refer to Jake Paul by his name in an interview with Ariel Helwani, ahead of the Problem Child's fight with Nate Diaz.
Diaz will be competing in his first professional boxing fight following his UFC contract expiring but the American still believes he will eventually face McGregor for a third time.