Conor McGregor donated £8,600 to help youngsters pursue their aspirations of competing in MMA Tournament.

Conor McGregor has donated roughly €10,000 (£8,600) to help two Irish twins fulfill their ambition of competing in a youth MMA tournament.

He stepped in with a massive donation after learning that Irish twins Adam and Dylan Duffy were failing to reach their €6,000 goal on GoFundMe to make it to Abu Dhabi for the IMMAF youth championships.

“I was at training when I found out and my coach told me about it so calmly,” Said Adam. “I was going insane. I thought he was joking until he showed me the comments. I feel like I have to win now because he donated all that money!”. “We might not have been able to go without his help,” his brother Dylan added.

McGregor has always been a strong supporter of Irish MMA at the grassroots level, regularly donating to young competitors. Sinead Kavanagh, a Bellator featherweight championship candidate, was kept in the sport during her early years thanks to a sponsorship from the Irish fighter, and she is just one of many examples.

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