Conor McGregor is in TOP-100 of the "Most influential people" of the world

Conor McGregor is in TOP-100 of the "Most influential people" of the world according to the magazine Time

The current UFC lightweight champion, Conor McGregor, was ranked among the Top "Most Influential People" of the world by Time magazine, making up the company to Donald Trump, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, LeBron James and Tom Brady, Vladimir Putin.

"Conor McGregor is more than a fighter, more than an athlete, more than a champion, although, as the first person in the history of the UFC, holding two titles,  doubtless he is," writes the former governor of California. "Conor becomes the rare case when an athlete becomes more than his sport. His compact body tries to keep inside a huge size personality ".

The ex-governor of California said that from the moment he first met Konor, he realized that he was not the star that could be included in one category. Learning the athlete closer, he could say that his screen image was only a small shadow of the block he was. The native-born of Dublin is subtle, disciplined and charismatic. His energy is contagious to such an extent that you begin to speak with an Irish accent after 30 seconds of communicating with him".

"Conor bears inside a fire that can not be held by any champion belts, and there are no brakes in the world that could stop this engine".

The site of Dublin news reminds that in November 2016 at that time the current holder of the title of UFC featherweight champion, Conor McGregor, won the champion belt in lightweight division and became the first person in the history of the organization, holding two titles simultaneously.

Earlier we informed you that McGregor was going to sell top-of-the-range cars in Ireland.

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