'The Irish invasion you can't mistake us' - This Conor McGregor song has gone viral
A catchy musical tribute to superstar Irish fighter Conor McGregor has racked up over one million views on Facebook.
Singer-songwriter Mick Konstantin, from Co Kildare, belts out the track in celebration of McGregor ahead of his upcoming clash with Floyd Mayweather on August 26.
“There's only one Conor McGregor, and there's no fighter better, and he's going to knock out Floyd Mayweather.
"So Floyd watch out 'cos the Irish are coming, you can talk all you want, buy you'll do nothin’!” he sings.
Mick is no stranger to hits, after his song Taking Over France went viral ahead of the Euros last year.
His latest song squeezes in as many of the UFC double champ’s famous lines as possible - from, “We’re not here to take part, we’re here to take over” and “60 Gs baby” to “I'd like to take this chance to apologise to absolutely nobody”.
The song goes through the UFC star’s career alongside Coach John Kavanagh, fighting José Aldo and the upcoming bout with undefeated five-division boxing champion Mayweather.
“It only took ten seconds to show his talk wasn’t cheap, as he connected with the left and put Aldo to sleep!” Mick sings.
Strumming a ukulele, Mick goes on to highlight McGregor’s love for flaunting his fortune.
“Came from working on a building site, to getting million dollar pay cheques from Dana White.
“And now his money, his cars and his clothes he flaunts, cos the double champ does what the f**k he wants,” he adds.
Mick, with a big smile on his face, also takes the opportunity to warn Mayweather about the power of Irish fans, and throws in a few insults too.
“And on the 26th of August we're taking over Vegas, the Irish invasion you can't mistake us,
“Singing songs day and night until our voices are sore, 'cos when one of us goes, we all go to war,” the song closes out.