Conor McGregor 'agrees to fight' Irish impressionist in charity boxing match

Conor McGregor 'agrees to fight' Irish impressionist in charity boxing match

CONOR MCGREGOR has offered to fight Irish comedian Al Foran after the two 'came to blows' on social media this week.

Foran, who has over 100,000 followers on Twitter, gained fame for his hilarious impressions of various sports stars, actors and politicians.

Impersonations of the likes of Donald Trump, Robert De Niro and Roy Keane have left Foran's fans on the floor in fits of laughter, but his impression of McGregor might leave him on the floor for a different reason.

On Monday, Irish funnyman Stevo Timothy, who is organising a charity boxing event, announced on Twitter that Foran would be participating in the fundraiser ... at which point, McGregor chimed in:

"I'll fight this imposter in the co-main! Terrible impression's [sic] of me he is doing years," McGregor wrote.

Later that day, Foran playfully responded to McGregor's challenge, posting a video on Twitter, saying he'll be channelling his 'inner McGregor' during the bout.

"And this impostor gladly accepts your challenge, Conor McGregor. I look forward to it. I have been studying you for years," Foran said in McGregor's voice.

He then impersonated Mike Tyson, Robert De Niro and even Katie Taylor, suggesting that they'd all be fighting alongside him in the ring.

"Challenge accepted @NotoriousMMA," Foran wrote.

"You'll have to deal with the unpredictability of fighting multiple personalities though."