06 January, 2017
The 28-year-old features in one of the most freaky ads you will see this year, promoting the Pegasus World Cup Invitational on the January 28. However, the 28-year-old Irishman is keeping busy with side gigs, including one for the $12 Million Pegasus World Cup Invitational, which bills itself as "the world's richest Thoroughbred horse race".
Eyeing a new challenge after dominating the UFC octagon, the outspoken Irish fighter has taken his skills to the racecourse - albeit in a promotional role for the US$12m Pegasus World Cup Invitational to be held in Florida this month. "Horse racing has a big presence in my country and I'm proud to share it with the biggest horse race in the world".
UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor was challenged to a fight by former welterweight champion and light-middleweight world champion Ricardo Mayorga.
Question: Do you and your crew go to the horse races together?
"McGregor, I admit that he's has been very good at mixed martial arts, but in boxing he is making mistakes ..."
Of course, his appearance in the short clip for the race at the on January 28 is completely fictional.
Conor McGregor set to take up horse racing?
For the story of the "13th Jockey" how did you train for the big race?
Conor McGregor: "I am always in shape".
Question: So will any of these techniques make it into your training ritual?
However, Mayorga is convinced that life will be very different if he faces MMA specialist McGregor in his own preferred environment. It has a nice ring to it. Alongside celebrity trainer Jon Lovitz, "Notorious" will attempt to win the largest purse in the history horse racing.
Conor McGregor: "Yes. Don Julio".
Paul Ryan Vows To Strip Planned Parenthood Funding & Voters Freak - See Tweets
Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards said "an attack on the Affordable Care Act is an attack on women's health, plain and simple".
Chicago Bulls' Fred Hoiberg On The Hot Seat
But for now, it is believed that both sides are going to try to make their partnership work in Chicago. Certain buttons are being pushed. "The Bulls are trying to figure things out".
Airbus adapts A380 deliveries following Emirates deferrals
The planemaker will accelerate cost cuts at the A380 operation to ensure that the "impact on break even in 2017 is minimal". This follows an agreement between Emirates and engine maker Rolls Royce and a consecutive deal between Airbus and Emirates.