The world will be a much changed place when he's finished with it. Here's what the future holds in store for Conor McGregor and the small globular sphere that he holds in the palm of his hand - namely Planet Earth.
'Louis Copeland Fight Gear'
Louis Copeland fight gear will become de-rigueur
Ewan MacKenna: Public enemy No. 1
Ewan MacKenna will have his car rocked back and forth in Dublin airport at the end of McGregor fight. He will fling his pen across the Prime Time studio floor and declare that John Kavanagh should be ashamed for putting out someone to perform in a sport like that.
Murray's: The New Mecca
Murray's Bar and Grill on O'Connell Street will become a place of pilgrimage for UFC fans the world over.
It is after all Dana White's establishment of choice.
— Dana White (@danawhite) July 18, 2014
Tayto's long reign ends
King crisps will overtake Tayto crisps as the most popular crisps in the Irish market.
Conor McGregor's book 'Stay Ready' will become an Irish bestseller. The book, McGregor says, 'sums up my philosophy, shows what makes me tick, contains quotes from inspirational philosophers that help me become the zen warrior that I am.'
Trash-talking will be offered as a module in sports science course in Trinity College. Guest lecturers include David Haye, most American sportsmen and Babs Keating.
There will be a gross shortage of plumbers in the country
Kilkenny hurling decide they need a new approach after the retirement of Brian Cody. His mantra of 'sure, it's just another game, we can it, they can win it, it's a question of going out and being genuine and hurlin' for seventy minutes, we're expecting a savage battle, Offaly are a proud hurling county...' is ditched in favour of 'Offaly are pathetic, they can't live with our strength, our speed, our hurling ability, the game will over inside five minutes...'
New manager, Jackie Larkin-Power brings about the change in pre-game approach.
McGregor banishes inferiority complex
The post-colonial studies course in UCD will host a Conor McGregor module, discussing how McGregor single-handedly banished Ireland's post-colonial inferiority complex.
McGregor will call it a day in the UFC and immediately announce his candidacy for Fine Gael in the 2034 local elections in the Lucan Ward.
He will announce that the UFC is finished and that local politics in West Dublin is the new wave.
'That's where my focus is now,' he will say, 'the UFC is behind me, I've conquered that, now its time to conquer local politics in West Dublin.'