Appearing at the Cowboys vs. Jaguars game on Sunday, Conor McGregor strutted into the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, carrying bottles of his patented whiskey, signing footballs and being filmed making what football commentators across the board could only describe as a terrible throw.
Conor throwing a dolly >>> Conor throwing a football pic.twitter.com/DrXcEBWvrb— chica👻 (@mandanicol3) 14 октября 2018 г.
Someone tell Conor that's a football and not a shot put pic.twitter.com/NWBTo3a8un— Brian Boddis (@BrianBoddis) 14 октября 2018 г.
Speaking to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, the fighter suggested that the stadium would be an ideal place to rig a UFC octagon.
However, his flamboyant appearance was not welcomed by everyone, with some social media users suggesting that he was acting like he didn't just lose the fight of his life against Nurmagomedov.
However, others called out the haters, accusing them of just being made for Conor "still living his best life."
Are you mad that’s he’s still living his best life? His life didn’t fall apart like you haters wanted him to. Now who’s really losing in life? 😂😂😂— Mando (@Mando_392) 14 октября 2018 г.
look at this man, even after all thts happened and humilation of defeat, hes still out there loving every second of life, thts inspirational… the notorious will always stay notorious pic.twitter.com/6FV5XN4Ll0— joseph (@joeberro1) 15 октября 2018 г.
In the aftermath of last week's fight and the ensuing brawl, the UFC threatened to terminate Nurmagomedov's contract, to suspend him or impose other sanctions. All hell broke loose at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on October 7 after Nurmagomedov jumped out of the octagon and attacked McGregor trainer Dillon Danis, who he claimed had insulted his nationality, his family and his faith throughout the fight. The Russian fighter, who remains unpaid despite his victory, has threatened to leave the UFC, accusing it of bias, and pointing out that the organization did not impose any sanctions against McGregor after his posse assaulted a bus full of UFC fighters in April, leading to multiple injuries.
The undefeated Russian finished off McGregor in the 4th round with a chokehold, and has since gone on to challenge American boxer Floyd Mayweather, a 41-year-old former boxer and promotor with an impressive 50-boxing record.