Watch the adorable moment Conor McGregor’s son crashes interview to leave UFC star in fits of laughter

Conor McGregor Jr proved the apple does not fall far from the tree as he hilariously crashed his father’s live interview.
‘The Notorious’ is currently in Dubai before his UFC 257 bout against Dustin Poirier on January 23, which will close the show on Fight Island to kick off 2021.
Conor McGregor Jr hilariously crashed his dad’s interview before UFC 257TheMacLife (YouTube)
McGregor has not fought since last January when he knocked out Donald Cerrone in just 40 seconds, but his return to action will hopefully signal a longer stint in action.
The Irishman was one of the most active fighters in the game before his fight with Floyd Mayweather in 2017, with his newfound fame and fortune taking a back seat to family.
Since then, both Conor Jr and daughter Croia have flown across the world to watch their father fight. As well as being a keen martial artist himself, it seems as though Conor Jr has inherited the famous McGregor showmanship, too.
During an interview with TheMacLife, McGregor was left in fits of laughter as interviewer Oscar Willis was time and time again interrupted by the youngster.

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The youngster continued to pop his head into the back of the video chatTheMacLife (YouTube)
The former UFC champion managed to regain his composureTheMacLife (YouTube)
Of course, the attention quickly switched to the upcoming fight with Poirier and what 2021 would hold for the Irishman.
Naturally, bitter rival Khabib Nurmagomedov was discussed and the possibility of a rematch soon became the topic of conversation.
“How you could walk away at this stage is baffling to me, but each to their own,” he said.
“There’s so many amazing fights out there and even the carry on with the Tony [Ferguson] situation, I don’t care about nothing.
Dana White suggested Conor McGregor could secure a rematch with ‘The Eagle’ if he beats Dustin Poirier at UFC 257Getty Images – Getty
“You’re scheduled to fight a man, no matter what. Fights must take place; you can’t just scurry away from bouts, it’s been the hallmark of his approach and I was not surprised to see him walk away.
“Or scurry away I should say, but it is what it is and we carry on.”

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