After complaints from nine people, an advert for Paddy Power that urged punters to “always bet on black” before the Floyd Mayweather fight with Conor McGregor has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), who said it was likely to cause “serious offence”. Paddy Power claimed the ad was not intended to cause offence on the grounds of race.
McGregor appears in a Beats By Dre ad. The video draws from Conor McGregor’s days as a young kid in Crumlin, Ireland, while also showing the impact he’s had on the people of his motherland. It centers around the buzz of a Prizefighter of the neighborhood kids, Liam.
The world is a noisy place. Whether you’re chasing boxing history or the thing that matters most to you, it’s important to block out the distractions and remember how you got here.
McGregor posts himself appearing in an ad for HiSmile toothpastes.
Toothpaste delivered straight to your door. That’s what the ‘Champ Champ’ deserves.
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) August 21, 2017
In the third ad in the Iron First series, McGregor and Verrett trash talk each other. Verrett:
My official prediction: pain.
I’m going to break the guy’s face, and that’s it!
In the second ad for Iron First, McGregor calls off the fight, when he sees Verrett’s superpower.
In an ad for Iron Fist, ESPN’s Sportscenter’s Verrett challenges McGregor to a fight:
Conor McGregor. You and me. It’s go time!
The advice I’d give Stan is: to run
McGregor appears in the fourth ad for Pegasus World Cup Invitational with Lovitz once again appearing as his trainer.
Conor McGregor doesn’t need a horse!
McGregor appears in the third ad for the Pegasus World Cup Invitational. When Lovitz, his trainer, gives him a garish riding jacket , McGregor says he’d rather ride naked.
I wanna ride bareback. Stark bollock naked!
McGregor appears in a second ad for Pegasus World Cup Invitational, with Lovitz playing his trainer. In this skit Lobitz introduces an online sweepstakes contest where contestants can win $1 million:
McG: I shite a million bucks every morning!
JL: That must be painful.
McGregor announces he will be kicking off a career as a horse racing jockey, and competing for a prize of $12 million at the Pegasus World Cup. Lovitz will be his trainer. McGregor:
Alexander wept when he had no more worlds to conquer, That’s exactly how I feel. Today, I would like to announce to the world that I will become the pound-for-pound number one jockey on the planet with the help of my new trainer.
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) January 4, 2017
McGregor appears, as one of many sportspeople, in an ad for Beats headphones.
McGregor features in a behind the scenes look at the making of the Syntha-6 Edge® Obsession commercial.
UFC releases the second trailer, titled Anytime. Any Weight. Anywhere. for the UFC 202 fight between McGregor and Diaz.
Rousey and McGregor square off at the start of a Bud Light ad teaser, called Earn The Title. The ad teases another commercial to be released on June 30, where two teams of three fighters apiece challenge for some kind of title. Velasquez, Johnson, and Dodson also appear, hitting a variety of inanimate objects.
McGregor appears in an ad for Budweiser Ireland’s Dream Big campaign.
Never give up on your dream, Be your own inspiration. A beacon of self-belief. Keep proving others wrong. If your dream doesn’t scare you, it’s not big enough, So dream as big as you dare.
EA Sports releases Finish The Fight, a trailer for UFC 2. The ad shows McGregor, Rousey and Tyson counting down the time of their fastest knockouts.
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