'I'm the luckiest man alive' - McGregor musician Mick Konstantin shares Vegas experience video
The Kildare teacher who stormed the iTunes charts with his song before Conor McGregor's money-spinning showdown with Floyd Mayweather has shared his Vegas experience online.
Teacher and song writer Mick Konstantin got up close and personal with The Notorious after Conor McGregor flew him and his friend Noel Ryan to Vegas when his song 'There's Only One Conor McGregor' hit number one in the Irish iTunes charts.
Konstantin shared a video on Facebook of his Stateside experience, writing; "It was an unbelievable experience I'll never forget."
The video showed his media appearances in the run up to the trip, and a montage of the VIP treatment he received in Vegas.
"Thanks so much to everybody that helped me along the way and made this happen," Konstantin wrote in the clip.
"I won't ever be able to explain how much I appreciated all the support and kind words.
"I'm the luckiest man alive thanks to all of you. Onwards and upwards we go!"
Captioning the video, Konstantin wrote; "Hey all, so first of all apologies for the lack of activity on social media over the last 2 weeks. Have been crazy busy meeting with different people and groups, on taking all of this music craic to the next step.
"And happy to say it's nearly sorted and new music and gigs will be coming very soon!! Keep an eye on Insta Twitter and Snapchat mickkmusic.
"Anyway, during all that Pa Stapleton Photography made this video of everything that happened over the last few weeks. Did an unreal job of it too!! Would highly recommend the lad!
"And again, just thanks for everything everyone. There's much more to come!!