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Watch: Conor McGregor Dispenses His “Top Tips On How To Win A Bar Fight”

These days Conor McGregor’s fighting is exclusively confined to the octagon, but the Dublin native was no stranger to battles in the street when he was a younger man.

The UFC featherweight champion has stated on numerous occasions that, like so many others before him, his path to the top of combat sports began with an interest in simply learning to defend himself in real-world altercations.

In an interview with Fox Sports back in 2013, McGregor spoke about how these early experiences gave birth to his “obsession” with movement and declared that even as a professional fighter he still subscribes to the mantra “think street, train sport”.

This mentality was illustrated perfectly in the days following the Irishman’s 13-second destruction of Jose Aldo at UFC 194, when McGregor posted this bizarre analysis on Instagram.

Given that he possesses this attitude towards training, “The Notorious” one seems to be the ideal man to dispense tips on how to emerge victorious from the unpredictable arena of the streets. So when GQ caught up with McGregor, they decided to ask him for his advice on how to win a “bar fight”.

You can watch the relevant segment of the interview with Conor McGregor below.

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Author: The PA Team

This article was written by a member of The PA Team.