This impressive piece of memorabilia, featuring Conor McGregor, comes affixed with an MJB Memorabilia serial-numbered and tamper-proof authentication hologram, ensuring its authenticity. The frame measures 1040mm wide and 710mm in height, making it a stunning display piece for any fan.
A Certificate of Authenticity is included, providing additional assurance of the item's genuineness. The custom framed backdrop, created by MJB Memorabilia, adds a unique touch to this collectible, making it a true standout.
Ready to hang, this framed piece is perfect for any dedicated fan or collector. With worldwide delivery available, it can be a prized possession no matter where you are.
Officially licensed by the UFC, this memorabilia piece showcases the renowned fighter in all his glory. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please call us at 0477 555 557, and we'll be happy to help.
Conor McGregor is an Irish mixed martial artist, boxer, and entrepreneur who rose to prominence in the world of combat sports through his undeniable talent, charisma, and controversial antics. Born on July 14, 1988, in Dublin, Ireland, McGregor's journey to superstardom began when he started training in boxing at the age of 12.
McGregor later transitioned to mixed martial arts (MMA) and made his professional debut in 2008. He quickly gained a reputation for his striking prowess and unorthodox fighting style. In 2013, he signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), the world's premier MMA organization, and began his meteoric rise to fame.
Known as "The Notorious," McGregor captured the UFC featherweight title in 2015 with a stunning 13-second knockout of then-champion José Aldo. He went on to make history in 2016 by becoming the first fighter in UFC history to hold two titles simultaneously, defeating Eddie Alvarez for the lightweight championship.
Outside the octagon, McGregor's brash personality, quick wit, and penchant for trash talk have made him a polarizing figure, earning him both legions of fans and detractors. His larger-than-life persona has led to numerous high-profile feuds and rivalries with other fighters, most notably his heated clashes with Nate Diaz and Khabib Nurmagomedov.
In 2017, McGregor crossed over to the world of professional boxing for a much-anticipated bout against undefeated boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. Although he ultimately lost the match, McGregor's performance exceeded many expectations, and the event generated tremendous interest and revenue.
Aside from his fighting career, McGregor has ventured into various business endeavors, including his whiskey brand, Proper No. Twelve, and his clothing line, August McGregor. Despite facing numerous controversies and legal issues throughout his career, Conor McGregor remains one of the most recognizable and influential figures in the world of combat sports.