McGregor shows off new pearly white teeth ahead of UFC 264

Conor McGregor ‘matches smile to his bank account’ with new pearly white teeth ahead of Dustin Poirier trilogy… having had a tooth BROKEN by ‘Diamond’ in first fight back in 2014

  • Conor McGregor is taking on Dustin Poirier in trilogy match-up this July  
  • Irishman is training hard to fix issues that caused him to lose back in January 
  • He’s found time to sharpen up his appearance with brand new gleaming teeth 

Conor McGregor has ‘matched his smile to his bank account’ and showed off his pearly white teeth online. 

The Irishman posted a clip of himself grinning and seems to have found time in his training schedule to have the dental work done. 

McGregor is preparing for a third fight against Dustin Poirier and had a tooth broken in the first contest with ‘Diamond’ back in 2014. 


Conor McGregor showed off his new teeth and says they match his bank balance

Back in 2014, the Notorious had one of his teeth broken by Dustin Poirier despite winning

The American landed a heavy shot to break the tooth in half as they exchanged left hooks. 

Of course, in the same round, McGregor managed to finish his opponent but it was a different story in January. 

The former two-weight champion was compromised by leg kicks before being finished on the feet in the second round on Fight Island at UFC 257. 

He’s pledged to correct his mistakes and match the new winning smile with a much-needed victory this summer. 

He wrote: ‘Hey guys I decided to match my smile to my bank account. See ya’s in July.’ 

McGregor will know that a title shot is guaranteed with a win over Poirier at UFC 264 and is dedicating himself to his craft as he did in his early days. 

He recently shared: ‘My UFC debut I found out 9 weeks out. I took a week to get right from not training/partying, and then 8 weeks out I moved to my sisters apt which was close to the gym.

‘I woke up, trained, walked back to [the] apartment, ate my meals and rested, trained again, back to apt, sleep, repeat.

‘Double skills work. I also didn’t take rest days unless I absolutely had to. Not one. Not even a Sunday. I will take this approach again for my comeback fight.

‘I didn’t become UFC champ champ with this method but I did become UFC 145 champion. Also the Cage Warriors champ champ.’

McGregor has pledged to work as he did in his early days to prepare for UFC 264




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