Connor McGregor is helping Ireland fight the coronavirus; Donate medical supplies to children’s hospitals


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Connor McGregor

Connor McGregor This is one of the most well-known (probably, most) as well as polarizing personalities MMA. His extensive skills on the inside of the Octagon matched his antiques on the outside and did not mention the skills to achieve microphone skills. UFC President Dana White Comparing him to a legend Mohammad Ali, Make him a star like no one else in the world of war.

There is another aspect of ‘Infamous One’

Although we are usually accustomed to seeing the ‘warrior’ personality of the Irish power puncher, the ongoing coronavirus epidemic sheds some light on the different side of the warrior. McGregor was most in need of his favorite Ireland when he was most needed to help people fight the COID-19 epidemic.

Last month, the former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion announced that he had bought more than $ 1 million worth of personal defense equipment, meaning he would be “deployed to all war hospitals in the Linster region” in Ireland. On Thursday, McGregor went to our Lady Children’s Hospital in Cromlin, Dublin to deliver safety equipment. “The Infamous One” posted a picture of her visit to the hospital on her Instagram page.

McGregor used his popularity to spread the message of awareness about social distance and homelessness, and continues to do so through social media throughout the ongoing epidemic. He has purchased and donated medical supplies and equipment to numerous hospitals in and around Ireland.

McGregor returned to the Octagon in January this year to win a strong 40-second win over the MMA seniors. Donald Seron At the main event UFC 246. Although the Irish’s plan to compete three times in 2020 may be affected by the ongoing epidemic, it looks like he may finally get the match he wanted so badly against Khil’s opponent. Khabib Nurmagomedov. Dana White recently admitted that this is a fight she is trying to book and that it could happen sooner rather than later.