Conor McGregor, the former UFC champion, has been the subject of much criticism lately for his lavish lifestyle and partying habits. His latest rival, UFC fighter Justin Gaethje, has taken a cheeky dig at the Irishman, claiming that he is living a life of “too much party and proper twelve”.
Gaethje, who is set to face McGregor in a highly anticipated fight later this year, made the comments during an interview with ESPN. He said that McGregor’s lifestyle was “not conducive to success” and that he was “living a life of too much party and proper twelve”.
The comments come after McGregor was recently seen partying in Ibiza, where he was photographed drinking champagne and smoking cigars. He has also been seen in Las Vegas, where he was seen partying with friends and enjoying the nightlife.
McGregor’s lifestyle has been a source of controversy in the past, with many questioning whether it is a good example for young people. His partying habits have been seen as a distraction from his training and have been blamed for his recent losses in the octagon.
Gaethje’s comments are likely to add fuel to the fire, as McGregor’s lifestyle has been a source of criticism from many in the MMA community. While some have defended McGregor’s lifestyle, claiming that it is his right to enjoy himself, others have argued that it is not conducive to success in the octagon.
McGregor has yet to respond to Gaethje’s comments, but it is likely that he will do so in the near future. Until then, it remains to be seen whether his partying habits will have an effect on his performance in the octagon.
Regardless of the outcome of the fight, it is clear that McGregor’s lifestyle has been a source of controversy and criticism. Whether it is a good example for young people or not, it is clear that his partying habits have been a distraction from his training and have been blamed for his recent losses in the octagon.