Conor McGregor Pays Heartfelt Tribute To His Aunt And Slams Covid-19

Conor McGregor Pays Heartfelt Tribute To His Aunt And Slams Covid-19

Mixed Martial Arts fighter Conor McGregor revealed that a family member may have passed and suggested that the coronavirus was the cause.

"Sitting within the chair about to beam dwell to all the usmorning discuss reveals, I get a cellphone name telling me that my pretty little auntie Anne had handed away".

McGregor said that after hearing the news, he "couldn't go live anymore". My poor friendly Auntie. This stupid f****** virus.

According to reports, there are now more than 100 cases of Covid-19 on the island of Ireland. The first death linked to coronavirus in Ireland - involving an elderly woman with underlying health conditions - was announced on Wednesday. Till now. I'd practice my ass off, to the objective of low immunity.

McGregor also explained that he'd train so hard in the past, his immune system would be affected - a common problem that athletes face. I would certainly drift about in this way, as well as constantly wind up capturing little colds as well as influenza's. I feel bullet proof right now though! Looked out at the sea.

"Ireland you fantastic, incredible country", he wrote.

The Cage Warriors" World Champion's sibling, Erin, additionally commemorated her aunt, publishing: "Looking with all the images believing I'm so grateful you took many images people entirely. Took a deep breath. He recently issued a statement urging people to keep their hygiene and stay vigilant.

"I want to clear up that it has been confirmed she was not a victim of coronavirus", he wrote.

"As I gather with my family I ask you all to make an extra effort to be there for friends and family during the stressful days ahead And from my family, thank you for your support at this sad time".

The social media post saw a reflective and optimistic McGregor predict that Ireland would come out the other end of the current Covid-19 crisis with better hygiene habits.

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