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American pub Salty Shamrock Irish Pub made a call to stop selling Proper whisky Twelve from the Irish fighter of the mixed style (MMA) fighter Conor McGregor against the background of attacks of the athlete to the elderly person. The statement is published on the page in Facebook.
“Given the cowardly behavior of so-called fighter Conor McGregor, our pub will no longer sell the product associated with this character,” the statement said. To post the attached video, where whisky brand Proper Twelve poured into the toilet.
In April, MacGregor attacked the visitor one of the pubs of Dublin for refusing to drink his whiskey. Video surveillance appeared to be shared in August. Russian fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov has criticized Irish athlete, noting that such people must be “put in prison”.
The last time McGregor stepped into the octagon at the tournament of the ultimate fighting championship (UFC) in October 2018. The Irishman lost Nurmagomedov in the fight for the title of champion of the organization in the lightweight division. McGregor suffered a fourth defeat in a career of 21 wins.
McGregor became the champion of UFC in two weight categories. The Irish have reached the same result in the British promotion Cage Warriors.
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