Regardless of revealing his retirement a couple of days ago, Conor McGregor is apparently not all set to move out his hands firmly by his side.
Inside an outlandish tweet, the ex-UFC featherweight and lightweight champ challenged actor and shareholder Mark Wahlberg.
In 2016, 23 famous personalities including Mark Wahlberg, the Williams sisters and Tom Brady became the most recent shareholders in amongst the globe’s speediest developing multinational sports companies.
Doing this is most likely to become a stunt, but the 30-year-old appears eager to join the ownership collective at UFC. Surprisingly, UFC President Dana White is not completely taken issue to this plan and said to TMZ Sports, “Listen, a lot of people bought in on the UFC. Banks, celebrities, and everything else. Listen, you want a piece? He’s got a lot of money. Come in and buy a piece, man.”
Whenever a Twitter user pre warned McGregor about Wahlberg’s hostile role in 2005’s Four Brothers, the mixed martial artist was harsh with his counter. McGregor tweeted, “I’ll smack him and his 4 brothers around. It wouldn’t be the first crew of brother i’ve smacked around. Check the history books. The UFC history books.”