‘It was a proper mad night!’: Conor McGregor – fresh from a fight

Conor McGregor caught up with pal Chris Brown in his hometown of Dublin, Ireland this week on the latest leg of the singer’s world tour.

The UFC fighter, 34, described the evening as a ‘proper mad night’ and shared snaps of them drinking shots together, after taking to the ring for a friendly fight.

Conor and Chris, 33, who is performing in the city this weekend, are reported to be good friends and met through their shared interest in martial arts.

They appeared in great spirits as they beamed for the camera with Conor donning a tight white sweater and jeans.

He completed the look with a huge gold watch and slipped his feet into colourful trainers.

‘Proper mad night’: Conor McGregor, 34 (right) caught up with pal Chris Brown, 33(left)  in his hometown of Dublin this week on the latest leg of the singer’s world tour

Meanwhile Chris opted for a black co-ord which he teamed with a matching baseball cap and silver jewellery.

He captioned the snaps: ‘Me and the homie @chrisbrownofficial #propermadnight #welcometoireland’

They were joined by other pals and Connor slipped off his shirt for the drinking session showing off his incredible collection of tattoos.

He also showed his soar knuckles to the camera after previously sharing snaps of himself building up a sweat in the ring writing: ‘The crazy angel , the fighting Irish’.

It comes after Conor  took to Twitter to respond to Liam Neeson, after the Irish actor branded him a ‘little leprechaun’.

He spoke out after the Hollywood star, 70, said he was ‘[giving] Ireland a bad name’ – despite the pair never having met.

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The MMA champion, who is known to enjoy a social media slinging match, took the high road in his response to the Taken star on Friday night.

Conor kept his caption short and did not tag or address Liam in his response.

Party: The hometown hero described the evening as a ‘proper mad night’ and shared snaps of them drinking shots together Connor (far left) Chris (2nd right)

Pals: Conor and Chris who is performing in the city this weekend, are reported to be good friends and met through their shared interest in martial arts

He simply wrote: ‘Irish proud – always.’ along with an Irish flag emoji.

One  follower commented on this post: ‘We [are] proud of you !’

Although many of his fans showed support, several make it clear their alliances stood with the Hollywood actor.

Some even went as far to support him a fictional brawl with the fighter, despite his lack of training.

One tweet read: ‘Liam’s the man.’

Fun night: They appeared in great spirits as they beamed for the camera with Conor donning a tight white sweater and jeans

Fashion: He completed the look with a huge gold watch and slipped his feet into colourful trainers

Another wrote: ‘Very much here for Liam dragging “little leprechaun” Connor McGregor (also my money’s on Liam in a brawl).’

Others simply decided to stoke the fire, posting gifs of Liam underneath the post.

Liam launched into the bizarre rant aimed at Conor while giving his thoughts of UFC fighting, earlier this week.

Asked by Men’s Health for his thoughts on the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Liam responded: ‘UFC I can’t stand. That to me is like a bar fight. I know the practitioners are like, ‘no, you’re wrong—the months of training we do…’

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Fighter: He took to Instagram earlier in the day to show off his moves

Changing room: Then in the dressing room he took snaps of himself shirtless

‘Why don’t you just grab a beer bottle and hit the other guy over the head? That’s the next stage of the UFC. I hate it.’

Calling out Conor directly, he continued: ‘That little leprechaun Conor McGregor, he gives Ireland a bad name. I know he’s fit, and I admire him for that. But I can’t take it.’

Liam has a history of getting himself into trouble in interviews.

The Schindler’s List star was branded ‘racist’ following a 2019 interview where he revealed he had spent a week prowling the streets with a cosh to murder a black man 40 years ago, when he learned a loved one had allegedly been raped while he was overseas.

Champion:He captioned the snaps: ‘The crazy angel , the fighting Irish’

During a chat with the Independent to promote his new film Cold Pursuit, the actor described how he walked the streets looking for a ‘black b*****d’ to kill in a misguided attempt at revenge.

Following a worldwide backlash, Liam appeared on Good Morning America in February to insist he is not a racist and revealed he had sought help from a Catholic priest after the incident.

He later issued a public apology, in which he said ‘the comments I made do not reflect, in any way, my true feelings nor me, they were hurtful and divisive. I profoundly apologize.’

Hitting out: It comes after Conor took to Twitter to respond to Liam Neeson, after the Irish actor branded him a ‘little leprechaun’

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