UFC star Conor McGregor dresses in wolf outfit and still has Santa decoration up weeks after Christmas

UFC star Conor McGregor dresses in wolf outfit and still has Santa decoration up weeks after Christmas

January 10, 2022

THE festive spirit is still strong in Conor McGregor's household as some of his Christmas decorations are yet to come down.

The Notorious shared a number of heartwarming snaps of himself and his young family to his Instagram page.



But five days after the traditional deadline to remove Christmas decorations, it seems that some festive decor is still up in the McGregor house.

A string of snaps of The Notorious wearing a fluffy Dolce and Gabbana wolf-headed jacket showed a large Santa decoration on the windowsill.

McGregor's accompanying caption with the snaps read: "Don’t expect the wolf to graze with sheep."

Several of the Irishman's followers commented on the snap, with one saying: "Take your Christmas decorations down."

Another said: "Or take the Christmas decorations down in January."

And another said: "Every day is Christmas Day in the Notorious household."

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One remarked: "Put ur Christmas decorations away!"

Leaving festive decorations up after the 12th day of Christmas – January 5 – is said to be bad luck.

And fans of the UFC's poster boy will be hoping he's not struck by any more when he makes his return to the octagon this year.

McGregor, 33, is currently recovering from the horrific broken leg he suffered in his UFC 264 trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier last July.

The Dubliner is 'ahead of schedule' in his recovery from the nasty injury and is eyeing an April return to sparring.

And UFC president Dana White is hoping the former two-division champion will be back in the cage this summer.

He told ESPN: “If everything goes right with the healing of his leg, he’ll be back this summer.

"I have no idea what the landscape is going to look like by the time he comes back.

"Dustin Poirier could be retired by the time McGregor comes back.

“I don’t know [if he could fight for the title right away when he comes back]. I won’t know the answer until it gets closer.”

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