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Retired UFC celebrity Conor McGregor lit up an enormous joint in an Instagram Stay video whereas responding to soccer star Sergio Ramos.

McGregor was responding to a submit that Ramos tagged him on through Instagram, and he confirmed what he’s been as much as throughout his retirement. Within the video, McGregor lights up an enormous joint whereas stress-free on a pool chair. Check out the video under.


McGregor lately retired from combined martial arts citing “boredom” as one of many explanation why he was hanging up his gloves. The previous UFC light-weight and featherweight champion returned earlier this 12 months in January after a 15-month layoff when he took on Donald Cerrone in the primary occasion of UFC 246, the place he gained the struggle through TKO within the first spherical after touchdown a brutal head kick and punches to complete “Cowboy.”

McGregor was set to tackle the winner of UFC 249’s important occasion title struggle between UFC light-weight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov and Tony Ferguson, however sadly, the coronavirus pandemic didn’t make that attainable. Nurmagomedov needed to withdraw from the struggle because of worldwide journey restrictions, and Ferguson ended up preventing Justin Gaethje, a struggle that Gaethje gained through fifth-round TKO to take dwelling the interim light-weight belt.

With Nurmagomedov set to struggle Gaethje in some unspecified time in the future sooner or later following the passing of his father Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov, there doesn’t appear to be a path for McGregor to struggle for the light-weight title anytime quickly, which led to his retirement. There are some big fights obtainable for him at welterweight together with Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz, however in keeping with UFC president Dana White, McGregor is formally retired from the UFC. And judging by this video, it looks as if the Irishman is having fun with his day off.

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