At an event in Las Vegas a McGregor impersonator calls out Mayweather.
You can’t deny the fightin’ Irish!
— Conor McGregor News (@ConormcGregor5) March 5, 2017
Fox Sports releases a video mocking McGregor’s boxing technique, in the form of an infomercial-style video for a fake ConorWorld boxing skills video.
Discover the inoffensive boxing training skills that made Conor McGregor achieve sparring greatness.
McGregor posts a fan-made parody video to his Instagram feed. The skit shows Meryl Streep repeating her claim that “MMA is not an art” and then facing attack from McGregor and Rambo.
McGregor is spoofed on Saturday Night Live. With WWE wrestler John Cena on board as the episode’s guest host, McGregor is played by SNL’s Moffat in a skit called Where’d Your Money Go?
McGregor appears in a version of a video meme of an Australian man punching a kangaroo to save his dog.
After the Nevada Commission instructs McGregor to attend a media training sessions for the water bottle incident, Jay & Dan on Fox Sports show a skit to White:
[Laughing] Anybody who thinks Conor McGregor needs media training is crazy.
— FSLive: #JayAndDan (@foxsportslive) October 13, 2016
A McGregor impersonator crashes Diaz’s meet-and-greet for UFC 202. Unlike with the real McGregor, the two exchange friendly handshakes, and take pictures for Twitter.
McGregor reads out and responds to ‘mean tweets’ that have been sent to him ahead of UFC 189.
Tweet: Conor McGregor is like a little angry ginger cat
CMcG: A lion? A tiger. A leopard. A cheetah! But I’m not angry.