Conor McGregor is popping up all over American media this week as he promotes his fight against Denis Siver on Sunday night (approximately 3am Monday Irish time.)
On Tuesday evening, he appeared on Dan Le Batard Is Highly Questionable on ESPN.
Towards the end of the interview, McGregor was asked about his romantic side by Le Batard's father, who regularly appears on the show.
What followed was comedic as the Dubliner told them he did not have a romantic side.
I don't know about romance but I like to get down occasionally.
I don't really have a romantic side is what I am saying. If I go for it, I'm going in for the kill, you best believe that.
You will not catch me walking down the beach holding hands. You will catch me going deep.
Co-presenter Bomani Jones will not be adopting McGregor's direct style of romance.
You can't use the same approach that you use fighting people with your woman, Conor, you can't do that.
The presenters were in stitches as the featherweight stated that they got what they were asking for.
I speak truth my friend. What do you want? You ask me these weird questions, I answer you truth.
McGregor also had them smiling as he dodged some questions about partying with Dana White.
Partying, he says, is "weakness for the soul". Dan Le Batard argued that it looked like Dana White did not believe in that statement.
Conor just sat there and smiled.