Conor McGregor Delivers Supplies For COVID-19 Victims To Local Dublin Children’s Hospital
Of all the major sports organizations that fans are checking up on to see for a potential return, one of the more quiet corners of the sports world is MMA and the UFC.
But that doesn’t mean the sports biggest face has stopped trying to help out his home country any less.
On Thursday, Irish UFC mega-star Conor McGregor delivered supplies to Crumlin Children’s Hospital in Dublin on Thursday.
The former UFC double champ previously donated 1 million euros worth of medical supplies to Irish hospitals.
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“Today I am purchasing myself, one million euro with of personal protective equipment to be employed to all the fighting hospitals in the Leinster region. Our most affected region, to this date,” McGregor told TMZ in March.
As for McGregor himself, he last fought on January 18 against Donald Cerrone and won in style with a TKO just 40 seconds into the match. Fans of McGregor, especially the Irish, are eagerly anticipating his next match.
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