Conor McGregor super-fan shares snap of a tattoo of UFC star under her bra… and Notorious even got in touch | The Sun

Conor McGregor super-fan shares snap of a tattoo of UFC star under her bra… and Notorious even got in touch | The Sun

CONOR McGREGOR knows a good tattoo when he sees one – and showed his love for a super-fan's inking under her bra line.

Lucia Gomez, thought to be based in Uruguay, got the Irishman's name marked on the side of her ribs.

And despite the questionable font and lack of a capital 'G' in his surname, UFC icon McGregor liked what he saw from the self-confessed Notorious fanatic.

The pictures of Gomez in a black bra revealing the dodgy tattoo and another wearing a McGregor t-shirt were posted by fan account back in December.

McGregor, who has a plethora of his own tattoos across his shredded body, reacted upon seeing it by posting a love-heart emoji in the comments.

He also shared the post on his own Instagram story for his 44 million followers to see.


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McGregor and many other sports stars have tattoos in homage to them by loyal supporters.

From a squashed Jamie Carragher to pieces of boxing artwork, there have been a fair share of good, bad and ugly ones.

One of the craziest was done by an Italy supporter last summer.

That was while celebrating the Euro 2020 victory with Giorgio Chiellini's cynical tug on Bukayo Saka.

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McGregor is currently preparing for his UFC return after suffering a broken leg during his last fight against Dustin Poirier in July and has been sparring for the first time since.

He is not expected to be back in the MMA octagon action until after the summer.

And when he does make a comeback, coach John Kavanagh suggested a return to welterweight could be on the cards for the former two-division champion.

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