Returning to the TD Garden for the first time since he defeated Max Holloway, Conor McGregor spent St. Patrick’s Day Eve taking in the Boston Bruins game against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
McGregor would not only take part in the ceremonial puck drop on Saturday night’s overtime win, but would also hype the team in their locker room.
”Remember, nothing heroic gets done without support, without unity,” the “Notorious” one said. “We must back each other and support each other. Before yous go out, look left. Look right. Know that these people that are with you are your brudders, these are the people you need to fight for. Fight until victory.”
”This is your puck, this is your arena!” McGregor yelled.
“Who’s the enforcer? All of yous! Every f**king one of yous are the enforcers. Take these people out. Take no prisoners! Let’s go, Boston Bruins!”
The former UFC double champion now awaits a return to the Octagon this summer, but is also currently battling another legal issue due to breaking a fan’s phone on Monday in South Beach.