Conor McGregor Charging PPV Fee To Watch His Interview This Week

Conor McGregor is taking pay-per-view to a whole new level…

After a breakthrough period in 2015/16, UFC star Conor McGregor hit the mainstream. Scoring knockout wins against Jose Aldo and Eddie Alvarez saw the Irish star become the first simultaneous two-weight world champion.

Since UFC 205, McGregor has announced he’ll be taking 10 months off from fighting. Undoubtedly the biggest attraction in MMA right now, McGregor has plans for making money during his time off.

Pay-Per-View Interview

According to a report on FOX Sports, current UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor is charging $4.25 to watch him speak. Here’s the details:

“McGregor will be sitting down with MMA journalist Ariel Helwani for a “scripted” interview in Manchester’s Event City in Trafford Park. This event has sold out the entire 5,000 tickets but will be streamed live for roughly $4.25 through www.notoriouslive.tv.”

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5000 Guests

This event was set up by McGregor himself and is being described as ” A 60-minute intimate interview discussing everything from Conor’s journey to the top” according to Paradigm Sports UK representative Rick Grogan as he spoke to Manchester Evening News. In addition to the live interview, the 5,000 VIPs and fans will enjoy food and music at this momentous event. Following the interview, guests will get the opportunity to meet McGregor and enjoy themselves at the after-party that will take place in the nightclub within EventCity.

This unprecedented live event will allow a glimpse into the life of the 28-year-old Irish star on an intimate level. According to Grogan “We knew this exclusive sporting showcase would appeal to the rest of the world, and wanted to offer those all over the globe the chance to see the event live, this rare opportunity had to be captured on film considering Conor’s past interview history, and we decided to take it one step further and distribute it globally, meaning fans who are not able to attend the event don’t have to miss out”.

Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Here To Take Over?

Those infamous words are now ringing more than ever. The question is-with this kind of global appeal, does Conor McGregor need to fight? If the answer is no, the UFC might find themselves in a very advantageous position in contract negotiations.

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  1. Why the FUCK would ANYONE watch this leprechuan get interviewed. In a few years no one will remember him. Grow up kid and stop acting like a 4 year old.

    • All these years and the best you fucking idiots can come up with is calling him a leprechaun. Fucking pathetic. Especially considering that you’re asking people to stop acting like 4 year olds IMMEDIATELY after calling him…wait for it… a leprechaun!

      • I call them like I see them. Go give the Leprechuan some headand maybe you can get rid of his swimmers dick.

        • Well. This is the dumbest load of crap I’ll read today. Keep calling them like you see them, you fucking imbecile.

          • You obviously don’t have much in the brains department. Maybe you should have studied in school instead of making paper airplanes to attract girls. You most likely scored with with a third grader so you would be a big fish in a little puddle. 🙂

      • Actually I have a better one but will refrain from saying it out of respect for my many Irish friends. As far as you… When was the last time you wiped your bunghole because the shit you spewing smells a lot like what I flush down. Keep up the good work and maybe Trump will give you a job wiping his ass. You could use the training.:)

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