Conor McGregor's Latest Ban Goes Viral, But It Turns Out To Be Fake News

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It's not easy to be Conor McGregor. Everything he does elicits a response. Surprisingly, he doesn't always have to do anything to elicit those reactions from the audience.

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That is the cost of being the richest and most controversial UFC fighter in the world. It is common knowledge that "The Notorious B.I.G." enjoyed making headlines and vice versa.

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However, there was rather interesting news that was made public lately that McGregor alerted his staff at his pub, The Black Forge Inn, not to serve any "scumbags".

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That does sound pretty funny, and many people would want it to be true. Unfortunately, that was a false report. Nonetheless, because the news was centred on Conor McGregor, it was able to elicit some backlash from the audience, who fell for it.

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Although there was no truth to the news about Conor McGregor being barred from his own pub, it elicited some backlash for the UFC star due to its appealing nature.

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So much so that fans mocked him and called him names because of the irony of the news. There have been numerous instances where "The Notorious" has hinted at his return. However, nothing concrete has emerged in this regard thus far.

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However, Michael Chandler, also known as "the Iron," has been thinking about taking on Conor McGregor as soon as he returns to the octagon.

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