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Two Dublin Institutions: Conor McGregor Goes To Funderland

Two Dublin Institutions: Conor McGregor Goes To Funderland

If you don't know, Funderland is a Christmas tradition in Dublin. For over 40 years, the RDS turns into a Fairground and big and little kids around the city come down to eat some candy floss and go on some vomit inducing rides.

Usually the tradition includes forgetting to go and realising that your time has run out and Funderland is gone for another year. This year, it closes next Sunday, the 14th, but it appears potential visitors yesterday may have been disappointed, as none other than Conor McGregor had the place shut down last night to enjoy a night out with family and friends.

McGregor wore the world's most ridiculous tracksuit, and brough Conor Jnr. around the splendor of the RDS in January.

We imagine this cost Conor a small fortune, so hopefully he enjoyed it.

 

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Conor McGregor Funderland

The Entourage. Royalty has arrived at Funderland.

The only Q in the place.

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Deciding what to do first. Is The Waltzer still there?

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What is going on with that tracksuit?

 

A touching moment with a new fan

Great to meet this little man tonight. My training partner Ciaran Maher, his son and his wife. Ciaran's son was a patient in the cardiac department in Our Ladies hospital before. I went in one day on the low a while back and visited all the patients and helped out in my way for the department, and nobody knew about it, I made sure of it, but Ciaran reached out to me out of nowhere thanking me for it and I was like how do you know about that and was blown away as he told me of his son and his journey and that his life was saved by the people in the cardiac department in Our ladies. I done this on the low and it reached right back close to me out of nowhere. Crazy. It's crazy how you just never know. I invited the little champion, my brother Ciaran and his wife today and it was great to meet the little man, thank you for coming.

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The Obligatory 99

What would Funderland be without a 99 in January? No flake though?

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Showing the young man a Dublin institution

A Bentley tricycle?

Expect to see a lot more loud colourful tracksuits around Dublin from now on. It doens't matter that it looks like a dodgy Chelsea away jersey from 1991, it's Conor Style.

 

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