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Report: Conor McGregor’s hotel suite was trashed so badly that he hired cleaning specialists

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Article Source – bloodyelbow.com

UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor reportedly hired specialists to clean up his extremely messy and damaged hotel suite in Liverpool, England.

Conor McGregor has been living the high life and partying like a wild man. The reigning UFC lightweight champion got himself into trouble for standing on top of a rented Rolls-Royce, had a hell of a time inside a tree house, and his choice of attire was the center of attention at the recent Grand National horse racing event.

According to a report from The Sun (yes … I know), you can add “trashing a hotel suite” to the list of things McGregor and his buddies have done while on a multi-day bender in Liverpool. Here are the details on his messy stay at the Hilton:

UFC champion Conor McGregor’s hotel suite was trashed and 20 laughing gas canisters were left in the wreckage.

The 28-year-old star hired specialists to clean up after thousands of pounds of damage, it is claimed.


Pals of the star, worth an estimated £17.5million, are said to have wrecked his room.


A source said: “There were canisters all over the floor, smashed glass and food lying about.

“They damaged sofas and left cig butts and his Irish flag.”

The source said: “He got people in there to clean because of the level of damage. It’s just been carnage. Just full-on partying.”

For what it’s worth, the article reported that there isn’t evidence that McGregor took part in inhaling any laughing gas (otherwise known as nitrous oxide). The Sun has a series of pictures showing how much damage was caused to the suite, which costs £300 to rent per night.

McGregor teased on his Instagram that his next fight announcement is coming “very soon,” which could entail the lucrative boxing match with Floyd Mayweather, an actual defense of his UFC lightweight title, or even a move up to welterweight to challenge Tyron Woodley and become the UFC’s first ever three-division champion.

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