VIDEO: Parody suggests best possible opponent for Conor McGregor is …..Conor McGregor

With just over a month to go before Conor McGregor’s highly anticipated UFC title fight with Jose Aldo in Las Vegas the hype machine is in full swing.

The Dublin fighter himself is one of the main sources of the hype, always ready with an eye-catching claim or a bombastic soundbite.

Irish comedy group 'Chaps Eye' have zoned in on that aspect of McGregor in their new video.

The clip dwells on his obsession with movements (of ALL kinds) and shows him breaking new ground in terms of the opponents he is willing to take on. `

VIDEO: Parody suggests best possible opponent for Conor McGregor is …..Conor McGregor

Eventually they conclude - the only fitting person for McGregor to take on in the ring is himself.

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