Conor McGregor threatened to block a fan on Twitter overnight after being asked a controversial question during a Q&A.
One user decided to asked a hard-hitting question that McGregor had no answer to: whiskey or stout?
"Never drink whiskey again or never have a pint of stout again?" he was asked.
McGregor then had a witty response that got more likes than any other reply in the hour and a half session.
He simply replied: "Sir, I may block you."
There were no hard feelings and the user replied: "I thought that would be the reply."
McGregor is founder of Proper Twelve Irish Whiskey and sold the majority stake in a deal worth around $600 million earlier this year.
He regularly shares pictures of himself enjoying a glass on Instagram in addition to a Guinness when back home in Dublin.
McGregor answered a number of questions about his leg break, suffered in a loss to Dustin Poirier back in July.
"I will be full mixed martial arts sparring by April. Easily! By then a return will be imminent. But I must be patient. I will beat this!" he told a fan who asked for a return date.
While someone else asked if 'Notorious' was scared of re-injuring his leg to which he said: "I cannot wait to wrap this steel bar in my leg across the neck of a future opponent!
"I am counting down by the seconds until I get to launch this weapon."
Despite being out of action, a number of stars in the UFC have been running their mouth to get a rise out of the 33-year-old.
Those include Michael Chandler and Nate Diaz, with McGregor having history with the latter.
Both men hold a win a piece and when asked about a trilogy bout, the former two-weight champion insisted: "1 billion per cent! A must!"
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