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25th Jan 2016

WATCH: Conor McGregor gives brilliant advice on how to handle a bar fight

Remember this if sh*t hits the fan...


There are not many men you’d prefer to have on your side in a bar fight than Conor McGregor.

Pound-for-pound, McGregor is up there with Anthony Johnson, Johny Hendricks and Roy Nelson in terms of heavy-handedness and we wouldn’t like to spill our pint on one of his flash suits on a night out.

The UFC featherweight champion has a piston of a left hand and he’d certainly make short work of any rowdy drunks who felt like having a go.

And in an interview with GQ magazine, ‘The Notorious’ has offered up his steps for how to approach any situations that seem to be getting increasingly hostile.

  1. Be aware of your surroundings
  2. If you can avoid the situation, avoid it and leave.
  3. If you are forced and there is no going back, I would advise to strike first, strike hard and exit safely.
  4. James Bond had a quote, saying – “When you enter a room, be civil to everybody but have a plan to kill each and every one of them.”