There are a lot of things you can praise and criticize about Conor McGregor and his recent actions, but you must give the Irish credit to where it comes from. He is very loyal to roots and his closest friends, as his first fitness room. McGregor first venture into fighting was during his teenage years when he began training at the Croelin Boxing Club in Dublin. Traditionally the status of the working class providence of the city, the gym is established for a long time and helped keep many young people out of trouble in a difficult environment. Check the clip below.
During these fight nights, everyone dresses up in tuxedos, and after the bouts are finished, the ring is flipped, and the space is turned into a gambling floor. Though I never had the chance to take boxing very seriously, I had always wanted to compete in amateur boxing competitions. I often feel that learning a skill is not enough. I want to apply what I learn to practice. So what better place to gauge my boxing skill than in live competitions?