Conor McGregor gets response from Rangers fan after singing Celtic song - report
By James Black
UFC star Conor McGregor was soaked by a pint in Glasgow after singing about Glasgow giants Celtic in a nightclub.
The Irish Mixed Martial Arts star had held a sold-out Q&A session at the SEC Armadillo before heading to Sanctuary nightclub where he led Celtic fans in a song mocking their bitter rivals.
UFCRelated reported on their official Twitter account that it was a Rangers fan who threw the drink over the Irish fighter in response to his song about the Bhoys.
“Where’s Rangers at?” McGregor shouted.
“There’s only one team in Glasgow.
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“Walking along, singing a song, walking in a Celtic wonderland.”
Rangers fan throws a drink over Conor McGregor for singing a Celtic tribute song in Glasgow. pic.twitter.com/wLgzyo0CiU
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Moments after the chant ended McGregor is seen being showered in beer after someone obviously disagreed with his choice of song.
The UFC champion was recently involved in a record-breaking boxing match with iconic boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr in Las Vegas.
Undefeated Mayweather, unsurprisingly, won but McGregor is believed to have earned in excess of $100million for the fight.
It’s not the first time McGregor’s name has been linked with the Old Firm after Celtic fans quoted the Irishman on a banner before the recent Champions League qualifier with Astana.
The incident obviously never put a dampener of his night video emerging on social media of McGregor later dancing in the nightclub before he showered clubbers with £20 notes in the early hours of the morning.