A scuffle erupted at a Liverpool pub during the wake of Conor McGregor’s late aunt Pamela, as confirmed by the police.
McGregor was present at the event and left in a hurry. He then recorded a peculiar voice note that said: “Birkenhead is his.”
In the recording, the 35-year-old Irishman imitates a Liverpool accent, stating: “M*rder, m*rder, everybody out. Scousers on the golly. Birkenhead is McGregor’s.”
The incident took place at The Saddle Club, a pub located in the Wirral area. On Tuesday, the UFC superstar was seen marching briskly towards his Range Rover. He was accompanied by personal security guards.
McGregor glanced over his shoulder towards the pub’s entrance and then repeatedly pulled the door handle until it was unlocked, seemingly by the driver from inside.
Local children captured the moment on video. In the background, voices can be heard mentioning “beef” and a possible “straightener.”
Despite widespread online claims of a “fight,” it is yet to be determined if any untoward incident occurred inside the pub.
A spokesperson told ECHO, “We were called to The Saddle pub in Prenton, Wirral, at 7.50pm last night, Tuesday 18th July, to reports of an altercation.”
“Officers attended the pub and spoke to a number of people. Further enquiries are being carried out to establish what has taken place but at this stage no complaints have been made and nobody has been arrested.”
Conor McGregor had come to Liverpool to attend the funeral of his late aunt Pamela, who passed away the previous month. The MMA icon shared several images on his social media pages while en route to the funeral via a private jet, as well as pictures from the wake.
Despite not having competed in two years, Conor McGregor remains the most prominent name in combat sports. He has made a full recovery from the broken leg he suffered against Dustin Poirier in 2021 and is now gearing up for his next bout against Michael Chandler.
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