Conor McGregor Uploads A Series Of Classic Tweets Following Last Nights Wild Presser
It may have not been as exciting as the previous press conferences, though the Brooklyn leg of the world tour did produce some insane moments.
And a day removed from the wild antics, Conor McGregor has uploaded a series of classic Tweets regarding the presser.
From New York City, Zoolander & statues to 'juice head turkeys' and, of course, money.
(Watch McGregor's extravagant entrance to the press conference:)
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Before agreeing to the 'billion dollar fight', McGregor was fresh of making UFC history as he became the very first fighter in the promotion to hold two world titles in two divisions, simultaneously.
With New York City the destination. So it goes without saying he loves the state.
Shopping on 5th Avenue. I love New York City. pic.twitter.com/WoAl2ZYpHz- Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) July 14, 2017
McGregor ditched the three piece suit he worn in the two previous pressers for a topless look draped with a fur coat.
When it's all said and done, no doubt 'The Notorious' will have a statue erected in his honour. And he knows exactly what pose to carve the statue out of.
Someone make this into a statue. pic.twitter.com/dQQL8PCJDD- Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) July 14, 2017
As for the actual presser, one of the few talking points was the altercation between both fighters camps. Mayweather seemed to summon his bodyguards towards his team which caused an on stage scuffle.
The Jersey Shore-esque 'juice heads' where subject to a brilliant Tweet from McGregor.
Two juice head turkeys in the back do nothing. pic.twitter.com/ga3VDtcbto- Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) July 14, 2017
After McGregor brought up Mayweather's business venture into strip clubs, the 40-year-old proceeded to make it rain as he threw one dollar bills at his opponent.
The self-proclaimed champ-champ captured the moment accompanied with the words 'Everything I do is money.'
Everything I do is money. pic.twitter.com/ni3ucLSakO- Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) July 14, 2017
Three down, one to go. Next stop of the May-Mac press tour is the iconic Wembley Stadium in London, England.