UFC Player Conor McGregor enjoys having as "much sex as possible" before Fight

Conor McGregor, a former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion, once said that having a lot of sex before entering the Octagon was essential to his superstitions.

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Crazy mixed martial artist on drugs Conor McGregor enjoys having as "much sex as possible" the night before a UFC match.

The Irish boxer, who was also voted the highest-paid athlete in the world by Forbes last year, is one of the most eccentric and well-known individuals in the sport. McGregor, who has twice won the UFC championship in separate weight classes, does use a sex-related superstition to help him get ready for each fight.

When asked about having sex before fights by Conan O'Brien in 2015, he responded, according to the Irish Independent: "That is most definitely a superstition that I do not follow by. I absolutely engage in as much sex as I can.

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Before facing Chad Mendes for the interim featherweight championship in July 2015, which he ultimately defeated by second-round technical knockout, McGregor had made the remarks.

Because of his triumph, he also received a bonus for performance of the evening, proving the effectiveness of his pre-fight superstitions. The 33-year-old and girlfriend Dee Devlin have been together since 2008 and have three kids as a family.

Five months after winning the interim championship, in December 2015, McGregor went on to eliminate Jose Aldo, the champion, in just 13 seconds to unify the featherweight division.

He defeated Eddie Alvarez to win the lightweight championship at UFC 205 in New York City the following year, making him a two-weight world champion.

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Despite dropping three of his previous four fights, McGregor is still one of the UFC's greatest stars in 2022 and is still ranked ninth among lightweights.

In his most recent bout, a defeat to Dustin Poirier back in July, McGregor shattered his tibia. He is presently healing from the injury and has recently posted pictures of his bulked-up body on social media.

As he takes advantage of being the best paid athlete in the world, he also debuted his £2.4 million Lamborghini superyacht this week in advance of that comeback.

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