Conor McGregor worries fans as UFC star smokes joint despite training promises

McGregor vowed to give up alcohol earlier this year to focus on his UFC return, but the Irishman was pictured partying in France after picking up his new Lamborghini yacht

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Conor McGregor has worried fight fans by smoking and drinking in France despite vowing to quit partying ahead of his UFC return.

McGregor has been enjoying himself in Monaco for the past few days after picking up his new baby £2.6million bespoke Lamborghini yacht. The Irishman plans to return to the octagon later this year and has recently fought for the first time since breaking his horror leg last July.

The former two-weight champion promised fans in January he would abstain from alcohol to prepare for his struggling return, only to repeat the claim the following month. Three months later, McGregor posted multiple pictures of him sipping his infamous Proper 12 whiskey while partying with friends in France.

Fans have commented on McGregor’s recent post, in which one user wrote, “Thought Conor said he quit drinking four months ago to focus on training?”. Another commenter told the UFC star, “You’re a living MMA legend, but you can’t go on like this, drinking alcohol and smoking and expecting to make a successful comeback and win.”

A third user suggested McGregor should learn from his former opponent’s training habits Floyd MayweatherShe wrote: “What the hell are you doing? Do you know why Mayweather is so successful?” The guy works out all the time and he doesn’t get high or drunk and that’s why he’s the greatest and you could have been too it was fun to see what you did for it.

McGregor has called out welterweight champion Kamaru Usman for his comeback fight in hopes of becoming the first UFC three-weight champion. The 33-year-old has lost three of his last four fights and is currently ranked 9th in the lightweight division. He insists he will fight at 170lbs in his comeback fight, having limited himself to strength training during his recovery and building up to 190lbs.

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McGregor was advised to do a warm-up before challenging elite fighters due to his recent form and inactivity, but MMA analyst Chael Sonnen doesn’t think there are any easy opponents for McGregor.

“This person doesn’t exist within the UFC,” says Sonnen called. “Can we Conor get someone from the top ten? No, that’s silly. Who is it at 155lbs that you think would be the tune up fight? Should we lift him to 170 pounds and play the same game? Which person is it that meets this criterion?”

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