Watch: John Kavanagh raps to Jump Around as Conor McGregor celebrates with dad Tony at victory party
Published 14/11/2016 | 09:36
Even John Javanagh came out of his shell to celebrate at double world champion Conor McGregor's victory party in Marquee night club in New York following the Irishman's win over Eddie Alvarez.
McGregor eased to victory with a second-round knockout of Alvarez to add the lightweight belt to the featherweight already in his collection.
The Notorious and his team joined their fans in the New York hot spot with coach John Kavanagh filmed rapping to House of pain's Jump Around. McGregor himself was flanked by his father Tony who was relishing every moment of the celebrations while the Notorious sang along to the tune of 'Fuck Donald Trump'.
McGregor celebrated in style and looked like he didn't have a care in the world. He certainly didn't look like he "was crapping his jocks" at the prospect of becoming a father in the new year.
"March, is it? May. It's not May, is it?" he asked Devlin at the post-fight press conference.
"I thought it was March. What the f***? Look, I'm running from it, to be honest. I'm cr**ping my jocks with the whole thing.
"I'm not going to lie. I don't even know what way to take it.
"I don't want to be bringing a child into anything like this. I don't want any celebrity-type s***, I hate all that.
"I don't want my family to be like that. So I'm just going to have this baby, take a little bit of time and see what way I feel after that."
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For those of you not happy with Donald Trump winning the presidential election you'll enjoy the DJ's song choice here. Conor McGregor did. pic.twitter.com/BMJNsSrCNK— Chamatkar Sandhu (@SandhuMMA) November 13, 2016
Soon to be Mac Daddy and Mac Grandaddy, Conor McGregor and father Tony McGregor sharing a moment at the after party. They're all the way up. pic.twitter.com/NQttgVyrl2— Chamatkar Sandhu (@SandhuMMA) November 13, 2016
Conor McGregor and Jay Z have a lot in common when you think about what Jay did in the rap game and what Conor has done in the fight game. pic.twitter.com/Mo6lBmFUbN— Chamatkar Sandhu (@SandhuMMA) November 13, 2016