CONOR MCGREGOR ordered “coffee and big blunts” for his Sunday breakfast.
The Irishman spent his weekend aboard his luxurious Lamborghini yacht as he enjoyed watching UFC 277.
After talking fans through the UFC’s latest pay-per-view in a five minute and 15 second voice note, McGregor revealed what he’d be having for brekkie.
The Notorious claimed he had just enjoyed a “fresh kill” aboard the top floor of his “triple deck”.
He then added: “Scrambled eggs and rashers. Porridge. Blueberry smoothie.
“Coffee en route. Few hits of a blunt. Big blunts – maybe six.”
McGregor then laughed hysterically.
Earlier in his broadcast, the 34-year-old had pointed out similarities between Amanda Nunes’ rivalry with Julianna Pena and his own with Nate Diaz.
Pena, 32, submitted Nunes last December to become bantamweight champion, but was dominated over five rounds by the Brazilian in their rematch on Saturday night.
McGregor, 34, felt it echoed his own bouts with Diaz, which followed a similar route.
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He said: “It’s mad to me the similarity of last night’s ladies’ bantamweight world title fight rematch to mine with Diaz.
“The McGregor-Diaz fights. Fight No1; a highly-touted, the GOAT of the sport, me and Amanda Nunes.
“Sheer toughness, willingness to fight and caught off guard, we eat a couple of shots, give a couple of shots, then eats a couple of shots and the tide turns and then gets choked.
“Now the return, the rematch. Confidence on the other side, tenacity and toughness, all of that is still there, more focused work on Nunes and my side.
“Now I’m neither ‘side’, I’m a fan of both women, a huge fan of both of those women’ Amanda Nunes and Julianna Pena, and everyone who steps inside that f***ing octagon and makes the walk, to be honest.
“The original bout had ‘I’m not surprised motherf***ers,’. Then again, Julianna says it and then the fight goes the exact same way in the second fight.
They’re iconic mixed martial arts bouts that we’re all lucky to witness
“They’re dropped multiple times, better prepared, cracks the shots, gets the drop multiple times, but then the toughness is just still there, still in Amanda’s face, still in my face, some fights they are.
“They’re iconic mixed martial arts bouts that we’re all lucky to witness and it’s a mad ol’ scene.”
After somehow lasting five rounds, Pena was rushed to hospital to see a plastic surgeon after losing a “chunk” of her forehead during the fight.
Meanwhile, McGregor had praise for Brandon Moreno after his victory over Kai Kara-France – while he expressed sympathy with Derrick Lewis following what appeared to be an early stoppage against Sergei Pavlovich.
A trilogy bout between McGregor and Diaz has been touted for years but appears unlikely to ever happen – with the Stockton southpaw set to face Khamzat Chimaev in the last fight of his UFC contract.
Dana White isn’t too bothered if a third battle never comes to fruition – claiming that fans “got enough” out of the first two.