Is CONOR MCGREGOR A Nice Guy Outside The Sport?
Mercilessly obliterating his opponents before the match even starts. Decimating their minds with a flurry of verbal assault. Conor McGregor seems like a monster, but is he really?
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Script:” Conor McGregor was bullied as a child, even jumped by people who proclaimed to be his friends. This was probably a big factor as to why he keeps his circle small, only keeping around him people he can trust, valuing loyalty and consistency due to the lesson from his troubled childhood, and so when he sees people running off from the hand that fed them, Tj leaving Uriah for Dwayne, it triggers Conor, it infuriates him, perhaps because it triggers recollection of a time when he was abandoned by people who pretended to be on his side… Pretended to be his friends…
I do not understand unloyal clip*
And his heavy emphasis on making money? Conor McGregor was called a waster growing up, a child with no future, and on top of that, giving up his plumbing career to become a mixed martial artist in a part of the world, Ireland where nobody saw a future in it… You know boxing heavily dominated the market…
How Can an Irishman Make it Big in MMA?
How could an Irish man make it big in MMA when there were no irish men in MMA? As a result, struggling to get by with the support of his girlfriend and the dole, which is welfare, he just worked with the vision of making life good for everyone who stood by him. To create a life where he didn’t have to worry about these things, about his girlfriend supporting him, to be able to give back to the people who had given to him.
That’s why money is so important to him, and the material wealth? He feels every right to enjoy it because he feels no one works harder than him in the game, but I think there’s something deeper to this as well, and Muhammad Ali may have the answer we’re looking for.
To create a life where he didn’t have to worry about these things, about his girlfriend supporting him, to be able to give back to the people who had given to him. That’s why money is so important to him, and the material wealth? He feels every right to enjoy it because he feels no one works harder than him in the game, but I think there’s something deeper to this as well, and Muhammad Ali may have the answer we’re looking for.
Studying The Great Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Ali flaunted his possessions because if he didn’t no one would listen to him, and Conor is a huge fan of Muhammad Ali *cut to Muhammad Ali scene*, studying him thoroughly, he probably picked that up from him as well. Conor actually studied everyone, taking inspiration from anywhere and everywhere, doing his best to take in anything and everything that would help aid his reign to the top and he realised that all the greats who amassed a huge fortune had an element of cockiness to them.
Muhammad Ali embodied these characteristics as well and was legitimately hated for it, but when it came down to the truth, he was a human rights activist, a man with a great deal of empathy, who’d put himself out there to save you even when he could have looked the other way…
Conor McGregor looked at these people, he looked at Prince Naseem Hamed, Roy Jones, looked at Floyd Mayweather Junior, Bruce Lee, Ali, all these people who made a name for themselves, and realised they were all loud, that the people who made it to the top had that element of cockiness to them.
To give back to his family, his girlfriend, all the people who supported him, whilst being called a waster, he was willing to do anything to win even if it wasn’t who he truly was. And he justifies it by saying it’s the truth, trying not to think about it because deep down, he doesn’t actually enjoy it, he doesn’t even enjoy watching himself in the interviews or the trash-talking segments. He does it because he feels he has to.
And actually off Camera, He’s a very different person. Donald Cerrone Confronting Conor,
Conor McGregor has nothing to say, it’s for the money
In The Words of Jose Aldo Junior
Jose Aldo Aldo noting he is a completely different person, Quote:
“I’ve seen him stand facing the wall, staring at nothing and everyone trying to provoke him, and he has a glazed look. He’s a normal, quiet guy, but if you see a camera or an Irish person close, he turns. Outside you see him laughing, joking, talking usual — but then he turns in such a way that you think: ‘son of a ***’.” -Jose Aldo
Overall, he started fighting because he was bullied and he wanted to be able to protect himself, he found he had a natural aptitude and became passionate about it, learned from the wealthiest and greatest by studying them, and now replicates their behaviour with tremendous success.
In reality, if those things did not work, if being humble worked, he would be humble, if making noise didn’t work, he would happily not make any noise… He does it because he feels he has to to be noticed, to give himself and his family the best in life…”