Conor McGregor tells Sinead O'Connor he would 'die for her'

Conor McGregor tells Sinead O'Connor he would 'die for her'

CONOR MCGREGOR has told Sinead O’Connor he would die for her in an emotional video paying tribute to New York.

The Irishman shared a clip on social media of his walk-in from his famous victory over Eddie Alvarez at Madison Square Garden at UFC 205 back in November 2016.

The clip features O’Connor’s version of the Irish folk classic The Foggy Dew.

Writing alongside the video, McGregor said: “Octagon walk Madison Square Garden, New York City!

"New York I love you dearly! We will get through this for our triumphant return, and I cannot wait! Here is tonight’s little taster of the future, from me to you.


"Love, The Champ Champ!"

The 31-year-old added: "Thank you @btsport for airing this tonight!

"Emotional to say the least ❤

"Quick shout to Sinead O Connor, I would die for you Sinead and I f***ing mean it.”

The Notorious has been one of the most outspoken celebrity figures during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

McGregor previously posted a video calling on Ireland to unite behind plans for a nationwide lockdown.


He followed that up with a second video calling on the Irish military to lend a hand in enforcing Ireland’s new lockdown.

"If you do not enter the game, you cannot win it. We have now entered the game and with strict adherence to the methods we will win," he said in a video posted on Facebook.

"We must abide by this and I pray for health of the country that we do so.

"We cannot go by chance here.

"I urge our government to utilise our defence forces.

"Our defence forces have been mentioned as a possibility in assisting our 15,000 available gardaí but only if necessary. However, it is necessary.

"Any less than full adherence to these newly put forth methods by any member of our society will not only be a mockery to what we are attempting to do - it would put the rest of our great nation in danger.


"You are doing your country an incredible deed by staying put."