Watch: Conor McGregor Bares All In Naked ESPN Video Shoot

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Irish UFC fighter Conor McGregor definitely isn’t shy as he bares all in a naked ESPN video

 

Hailing from Crumlin, Dublin, Conor McGregor is one of Ireland’s best known exports. Love him or hate him, one thing is undeniable. He looks great naked!

In the video shot in the John Player factory on the South Circular Road, Dublin 8 Conor McGregor walks in with a towel, before dropping it so he is fully naked. From then, McGregor continues to pose, mock fight, punch and kick and exercise revealing his impressively muscled physique.

 

Check out McGregor topless using battle ropes.

 

Conor McGregor in the Naked ESPN video with ropes

 

Here’s Conor with his back and ass just about visible:

 

Conor McGregor in the Naked ESPN video with a punching bag

 

Here’s McGregor teasing us in the naked ESPN video.
Conor McGregor in the Naked ESPN video with his big ass visible

 

And here he is a little closer. What a physique!

 

Conor McGregor in the Naked ESPN video facing away with his ass visible

 

And here’s the best image from the video. Conor McGregor really is a fine Irish specimen.

 

Conor McGregor in the Naked ESPN video punching a punching bag fully naked

 

Watch the video below.

 

 

Misogyny

While McGregor might be in impeccable shape, and is representing Ireland on a global level, some of his expressions and behaviours are antiquated when it comes to misogyny.

Smack talk and getting inside the mind of his opponents is one of Conor McGregor’s tactics when it comes to fighting, however some of his expressions are blatantly chauvinistic.

After one fight, he posted on Facebook that his opponent “Just had a little period pain.” Thankfully, one Facebook user was able to call him out on this prejudice:

 

Conor McGregor's misogynistic facebook post and a user's reply
Conor McGregor’s misogynistic Facebook post and Catherine Rutter’s amazing response.

 

Nice one Catherine. It’s by calling out prejudices like sexism and homophobia that the world will slowly but surely become a more equal and accepting place.

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