Conor McGregor recently made fun of Harry Styles’ attire for the Grammy Awards. The former One Direction member appeared on the Los Angeles red carpet wearing a daring sequin jumpsuit that exposed his chest.
The Hollywood celebrity is not averse to changing up his attire. He is often seen wearing dresses and skirts, which has won him praises from admirers.
However, it seems his most recent outfit hasn’t been warmly received by McGregor. With his several suits and flashy watches, UFC superstar McGregor might be considered something of a fashionista himself. He has severely mocked Styles for his choice of clothing.
A user posted with Styles photo on Twitter: “What is the first thought that enters your mind when you see this?”
McGregor replied, “Freestyle wrestling haha.”
Sleeveless singlets are a must for competitors in the sport of freestyle wrestling. These jumpsuits are worn during the Olympic Games as well as in college.
When fans saw McGregor attack Styles on Twitter, they reacted swiftly to defend the Englishman.
McGregor continues to heal from the leg break he sustained against Dustin Poirier back in 2021. Meanwhile, he has been highly active on social media.
The Irishman’s life outside the octagon includes vacations on his multi-million dollar boats and evenings out sipping expensive cocktails at his bar in Dublin. It seems that he might return to television screens much sooner than expected.
Recently, it was revealed that Conor McGregor and Michael Chandler will serve as the new coaches for The Ultimate Fighter. This will be the long-awaited return of the former dual-division UFC champion.
Dana White recently said in a video: “We just confirmed the coaches for season 31 of The Ultimate Fighter. Conor McGregor and Michael Chandler will go head-to-head as coaches of The Ultimate Fighter.”
“Team McGregor versus Team Chandler. This season premieres Tuesday May 30 and runs through Tuesday August 15 on ESPN and ESPN+. Then at the end of the season McGregor and chandler will fight live on ESPN+ PPV and I do not have a date or location for that but we will announce it soon.”
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