Conor McGregor is, like his combat sports nickname suggests, “Notorious.”
The UFC fighter is as famous for his concussive striking power as he is for his memorable microphone skills, his flambouyant dress sense, and his taste for a night on the town. He plays hard, but he trains even harder. McGregor won titles in Cage Warriors, transitioned into premier cage-fighting firm UFC, and continued to trounce his opponents.
McGregor has not fought in UFC since 2016, but his fame grew so quickly he was regarded as a good enough opponent for Floyd Mayweather’s retirement bout — a fight McGregor lost, albeit valiently, in the 10th round last year.
McGregor is set to return to the UFC octagon this year, potentially against Russian foe Khabib Nurmagomedov. But to maintain his sporting dominance, he has to eat right. So what sort of food does a former two-weight UFC world-champion fighter eat?
Here’s everything McGregor likes to have for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
This is Conor McGregor, the former two-weight UFC champion renowned for his pre-fight trash talk, his highlight-reel striking, and his flashy lifestyle. After two years away from mixed martial arts, McGregor looks set to return to the sport and will reportedly challenge Russian wrestler Khabib Nurmagomedov for the UFC lightweight world title at UFC 229.
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McGregor projects a work-hard, play-hard image. When it comes to training camp and cutting weight, he may well be an advocate of the “Sirtfood diet,” having taken a photograph holding a copy of the book by Aidan Goggins and Glen Matten. The weight-loss diet involves foods that are rich in “sirtfoods” — typically, things like green tea, 85% dark chocolate, and citrus fruits.
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Conor McGregor starts his day just like we do — he wakes up and reaches for the coffee. Unlike most, though, he drinks it while looking fresh in a suit.
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