fast action Conor McGregor wishes all his Muslim fans ‘Ramadan Mubarak’
"Abu Dhabi and Dubai are magical, and my family and I value our time we spend here training and touring!"
Conor McGregor has wished his Muslim fans “Ramadan Mubarak” as the Islamic month of fasting and prayer begins.
The month of Ramadan is observed from April 1st to May 1st before the celebration of Eid al-Fitr at the beginning of May.
“Ramadan Mubarak to all my Muslims friends and fans across the globe,” he began his post on social media.
“Abu Dhabi and Dubai are magical, and my family and I value our time we spend here training and touring! The people, the places, and the lifestyle are all truly special.”
He also added some snaps of his time in the Middle East.
The Crumlin native holidayed in Dubai earlier this year with his wife Dee and their three children Conor, Croía and Rian.
They also spent time in Dubai in 2021 where he celebrated Conor Jnr’s fourth birthday.
The MMA fighter and his partner threw a big bash in the sun to celebrate their eldest child.
Conor shared behind the scenes snaps of his son’s birthday, including some videos of Conor Jr driving a luxe toy car around the party.
McGregor can be heard cheering his son on in the videos, saying: “That’s some good driving, champ! The man!” before telling him to watch where he’s going.
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