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Key moment Proud Conor McGregor presented with the key to the City of Miami

'God Bless you and this great city! May the spirit of Miami live within us all'

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Conor McGregor is presented with the Key to the City of Miami by Mayor Francis X Suarez

Conor McGregor is presented with the Key to the City of Miami by Mayor Francis X Suarez

Conor McGregor is presented with the Key to the City of Miami by Mayor Francis X Suarez

UFC star Conor McGregor beamed with delight as he was presented with the Key to the City of Miami by Mayor Francis X Suarez. 

In a series of Instagram snaps, the proud Mac poses with the Mayor as he receives the honour while his family including partner Dee Devlin at the presentation

He wrote: “The Mac with The Key to The City of Miami!

“Thank you Mayor Suarez for bestowing this great honour upon me and with my family present to witness.

“A very proud moment for me in my life. Thank you! Your hospitality and care for my family and team will be forever remembered.

“God Bless you and this great city! May the spirit of Miami live within us all.”

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Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin at the MTV Music Awards 2021. Reuters

Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin at the MTV Music Awards 2021. Reuters

Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin at the MTV Music Awards 2021. Reuters

McGregor and family have remained in the States as the MMA star continues his recovery from his horrific broken leg suffered in his last bout with Dustin Poirier.

He has made the most of his stay State-side as he became guest pitcher at a Minnesota Twins-Chicago Cubs game and then delighted the kids at Mater Academy Charter Middle High School when he arrived to give a pep talk.

McGregor, 33, posed for photos with a number of students and gave them some words of wisdom.

He said: “Find what you’re passionate about and go down that route at 100 miles an hour.," he urged them.

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The UFC champion is making a faster-than-expected recovery from his fractured tibia and fibula.

But UFC chief Dana White won’t rush The Notorious back into action, saying: “This kid needs to heal up."

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