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UFC: Conor McGregor posts rousing message on Instagram for Ireland’s 170th Independence anniversary

The Champ Champ Conor McGregor is active once again…on social media.

Posting a picture of him standing next to an Irish flag, the UFC Lightweight Champion elaborated on what the colours on the Irish flag mean, to commemorate the country’s 170th anniversary.

Conor McGregor has been extremely active on social media of late, especially in addressing fellow fighters that he may cross paths with in future.

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However, it is worth noting that he is still engaged in negotiations with the UFC and that there still seems to be no resolution in sight with respect to his contract.

As such, it is speculated that he will fight in the latter parts of 2018, though no official confirmation has been forthcoming from either the UFC or the Irishman’s camp.

The message he posted today reads:

170 years ago today Ireland’s Tri-colour was first raised!
I’ve raised it high and with pride since!
The green for the south.
The orange for parts of the north.
And the White is for the peace that we have between borders as a connected nation.
I have multiple blood soaked Tri-colour flags that I have taken back from battle, on home and foreign soil.
Ireland is a nation that has proven its ability to fight.
A nation that has fought to be free.
Either border.
We are a power nation.
Ireland I love you and everything about you ❤

You can see it here:

As things stand, it is expected that Conor McGregor will be stripped of his UFC Title the moment undefeated contender Khabib Nurmagomedov and Interim Champion Tony Ferguson step into the Octagon at UFC 223, making their fight for the official Title belt.

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