Conor McGregor pays an interesting tribute to “fighting icon” Mike Tyson

Conor McGregor, Bellator 200

Former two-division UFC champion Conor McGregor paid an interesting tribute to boxing legend Mike Tyson on social media earlier today.

The Irish superstar took to Instagram, where he dubbed Tyson a “fighting icon” and thanked “Iron” Mike for letting him try his amazing marijuana strain “KO Kush”.

Check out the full post from the official Conor McGregor Instagram below:

“I went to see Mike Tyson last night in the Helix, Dublin, Ireland. I love and respect Mike Tyson. And I love the Helix. I won my first World Title here, and also my second. It was good to meet you Mike. You spoke some things about me in the past which I did not like and I was happy to speak to you face to face, put it to bed and have some fun. You are in good spirits and I was happy to see this! I will always have the height of respect for you!
Some decisions you have made around your finances I do not agree with. As a fighter you must fight here. The most.
And this is a fight that never ends. It is even a fight that we pass on to our next in line. Our blood line.
Make sure you stay switched on with those around you at all times. You have good people around you now, I can tell. But stay switched on.”

Conor McGregor continued:

Your Marijuana strain that you grow on your own ranch “KO Kush” is really nice.
It was an honour to taste it and I wish you and your team all the best with this endeavor. Just remember, if someone tries to rip you. Rip their nose off their face.You are a fighting icon and deserve endless love and respect! And from me, you will always have it! Don’t let anyone take anything from you. You owe nobody nothing. It is you who is owed. Always remember that. I love you Mike! Iron Mike Tyson! Here is an iconic photograph as a gift from me to you, from head photographer at @mcgregorproductions , @ginger_beard_photos.”
– Conor McGregor on Instagram.

Conor McGregor made his highly anticipated UFC return at last month’s UFC 229 event in Las Vegas.

Unfortunately for fans of “Mystic Mac”, the Irishman went on to suffer a fourth-round submission loss to undefeated lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov that night in Sin City.

Despite the setback, Conor McGregor has assured fans that he will be back and is hoping for a rematch with “The Eagle“.

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