The Gervonta Davis vs Ryan Garcia fight was undeniably one of the biggest boxing fights of all time and it delivered to its hype. To witness this live spectacle, there were numerous celebrities and athletes were present. Former UFC champion Conor McGregor was in attendance at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to watch this super fight.
The Notorious seemed to enjoy the PPV as he posted pictures of him promoting his whiskey brand Proper Twelve and had interactions with many people. To name a few, Ryan Garcia and Floyd Mayweather Sr. McGregor went to Garcia’s locker room after his heartbreaking loss and encouraged the young boxer.
Apart from the video with Garcia, the clip of Conor that made the rounds on the internet was his discussion with his rival Floyd Mayweather’s dad. It was a hilarious conversation as the Irishman met Mayweather Sr backstage. McGregor imitated Floyd’s jabbing technique and gave credit to his arch-rival’s dad for all his success.
However, it looked like Conor was in high spirits and it looked like the Irishman took drugs. That’s what people have assumed after looking at the video. Many fans joked around and said that McGregor took cocaine. Here is the clip and reaction of some fans on Twitter.
Omg cocaine is CRAZY https://t.co/DtyaVHeWDq
— not sh*na (@ufcshosh) April 24, 2023
This is not the first time people have alleged McGregor taking drugs or being drunk. During this recovery period, McGregor has bulked up and gained a lot of pounds. Many fans have made allegations that The Notorious is on juice.
What’s next for Conor McGregor in the UFC?
After suffering a brutal leg injury in his fight against Dustin Poirier in 2021, Conor McGregor has not made a return inside the octagon. The former UFC champion is now slated to take on Michael Chandler in the welterweight weight class. As of now, the promotion has not announced the date for this super fight.
One can expect these two stars to collide against each other by the end of 2023 or early 2024. This is an extremely crucial fight for McGregor as a loss would crush any hopes of him making a mark in the 170-pound division. It would be fascinating to see how this fight plays out as both Conor and Chandler love to stand and bang.