CONOR MCGREGOR has shown off his pearly whites on social media, after seemingly having some work done. The Notorious famously had his teeth brok
CONOR MCGREGOR has shown off his pearly whites on social media, after seemingly having some work done.
The Notorious famously had his teeth broken during his first fight with Dustin Poirier back in 2014.
Conor McGregor showed off his billionaire’s smile[/caption]
The Irishman laughed into the camera[/caption]
And while he has not been shy about having some work done since, what better time to perfect his smile than before his trilogy fight with the Diamond?
McGregor, 32, lost to Poirier on Fight Island back in January at UFC 257.
But that doesn’t mean he hasn’t had reason to smile.
Accompanying a video of himself grinning for the camera, he wrote on Instagram: “Hey guys, I decided to match my smile to my bank account.
“See yous in July .”
He then posted another close-up video of himself laughing, captioned: “Muhahaha.”
Fiance Dee Devlin, to whom Conor popped the question last summer, was loving it, commenting with the ‘heart-eyes’ emoji.
McGregor is preparing for his July 10 rematch with Poirier in Las Vegas at UFC 264 on July 10.
Conor expects to still be smiling on July 10 in Vegas[/caption]
McGregor suffered a painful broken tooth back in 2014[/caption]
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And he has vowed to take no ‘rest days’ as he aims to get his MMA career back on track, following one victory since 2016.
When recently reflecting on the eighth anniversary of the weigh-in for his UFC debut, he tweeted: “My UFC debut I found out 9 weeks out.
“I took a week to get right from not training/partying, and then 8 weeks out I moved to my sisters apt which was close to the gym.
“I woke up, trained, walked back to [the] apartment, ate my meals and rested, trained again, back to apt, sleep, repeat.
“Double skills work. I also didn’t take rest days unless I absolutely had to.
“Not one. Not even a Sunday. I will take this approach again for my comeback fight.
“I didn’t become UFC champ champ with this method but I did become UFC 145 champion.
“Also the Cage Warriors champ champ.”
When announcing the fight was booked, McGregor also hinted that the famous ‘Billi Strut’ could return – posting a picture of himself walking the walk with the caption: “Adjust and absolutely f***ing destroy! #BilliStrut”.