Diamond old! Shirtless Conor McGregor shows off his giant ‘Proper Twelve’ medallion named after his whiskey brand on a night out with friends
UFC fighter Conor McGregor went shirtless on a night out, showing off his impressive muscles and giant diamond medallion.
The superstar, 34, was out with friends and business acquaintances who gifted him the jewelery that read ‘Pretty Twelve’.
Pretty Twelve is the name of Conor’s whiskey brand and the jewelery was gifted to him by @thecutpricejewellers, which he mentioned in the caption.
Diamond old! Shirtless Conor McGregor showed off his huge diamond ‘Proper Twelve’ medallion named after his whiskey brand on a night out with friends on Instagram on Sunday.
Not a wallflower: she showed off her many inks while flexing her muscles in front of her friends
Conor is facing a multi-million pound lawsuit after being sued by a friend who claims he came up with the idea for his drinks brand.
Conor launched the drink in 2018 – he was one of three shareholders who sold their stake three years later for $600 million.
But his friend and former teammate Artem Lobov is demanding 5% of the income,
Still, Conor looked like he didn’t have a care in the world on his night out as he stripped to his shirt and posed for photos with his friends.
It’s all going on: Conor is facing a multi-million pound lawsuit after being sued by a friend who claims he came up with the idea for his drink brand
He flexed his muscles while wearing nothing but trousers and a beanie hat, showing off his many inks.
He wrote: ‘Thank you @thecutpricejewellers for my @properwhiskey chain! very nice! What a team, what a family, what a price! Price cut forever!
‘And a very happy birthday @samcashind in the house ❤️ @theblackforgeinn rocking!!’
The outing comes as Conor called on the UFC to sign one of Britain’s biggest stars, Brendan Loughnan, who is currently fighting outside the organisation.
Nothing to see here: Conor launched the drink in 2018 – he was one of three shareholders who sold their stake three years later for a combined $600 million
Very festive: Conor poses in front of a Christmas tree made from whiskey bottles
Loughnane enjoyed the biggest night of his professional career on Friday when he faced Bubba Jenkins for the Professional Fighters League’s Featherweight World Championship.
The Mancunian striker overcame early adversity to overwhelm the accomplished amateur wrestler with a fourth-round stoppage, capturing the PFL title and an accompanying $1 million prize in the process.
However, Loughnane’s next fight could take place inside the Octagon after McGregor took to Twitter to call on the UFC to sign him.
Close up: He threw his arm around some of his friends as they posed for more photos
what a night! She has thanked the jewelery brand for the necklace in the caption
‘UFC, sign Brendan Loughnane. Thrilling fighter. A back story with the company. and the European side. Bank signing money in UK/Europe. Congratulations on the win @BrendanMMA
Lufnane’s first taste of the world’s largest mixed martial arts promotion came when he was selected as a member of Team UK in the 2012 season of The Ultimate Fighter ‘Smash’.
He competed against an Australian team that included future UFC champion Robert Whittaker.
Something to say: The outing comes as Conor calls on the UFC to sign one of the UK’s biggest stars, Brendan Loughnan.