Now Conor McGregor has money and fame and he can do whatever likes. But what really he wants to do?


Irish boxer McGregor has been showing off despite his loss to Mayweather by sipping his very own personal whiskey brand and he was wearing very smart tie suit that really put a nice curtain.

The 29-year-old, born in Crumlin, Dublin, Ireland Conor was seemed surprisingly cheerful in defeat, and there is no reason for not doing so. This man has just earned a tidy sum that equivalent to an American National Football League team’s paycheck, in real contrast, he didn’t even need to feel embracement for the loss.

If that echoing the sounds a little bar to be clear, let’s consider for a moment what he said before the fight.

“Let me tell you what’s going to happen: Conor McGregor will not land a single punch against Floyd Mayweather,” boxing analyst Max Kellerman said when the fight was booked. “Not one punch.”

But to be truthful, he actually landed 111 punches in the 10 rounds match. And that’s even 30 punches more than Pacquiao was on Mayweather. Floyd Mayweather Jr, the 40-years-old American professional boxing promoter and retired professional boxer, who fought McGregor in a very different way that he fought with Pacquiao, but seemingly touching the non-defeated man (50 – 0 Floyd Mayweather Jr. never lost a match) so much a pro boxing banter, meaning this is what he belong and he has chance to go forward.

A reporter asked him when he was sipping down his Irish whisky out of a cup in front of the reporters. He just received a cheque that seemingly dreams for many. Following the fight, he has acquitted his image quite well that even in defeat he hasn’t awarded any kind of damage to McGregor as a personal brand.

At his thirties, he has fame and wealth to do whatever he wants. So, the question is – what does he want to do?

A genuine worry was working within the fan and media was he is going to make so much money that we won’t see him again. Above all, why he is going to come back to the UFC and the MMA?

This is quite hard with a fight like this, it is problematic to follow.

But as he is returning to the Quo status, it is quite harder to visualise that he is not doing anything at all. The very goal that brought him here – Conor vision, ambition and dreams of really that brought him quickly, in fact, very quickly – but he won’t let it go quietly and that’s for sure. He will do something and to get something bigger he needs to do better.