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10 steps to hosting a party for Conor McGregor’s UFC fight

Ireland will be watching as the Dubliner steps into the Octagon again in Boston late tonight.

TONIGHT, IRISH FIGHTER Conor ‘The Notorious’ McGregor takes on Hawaii’s Max Holloway at Boston’s TD Garden.

Both old and new MMA fans are sure to be watching the Dublin featherweight in his second UFC bout, so we’ve come up with several handy tips on throwing the perfect fight night.

1. Dress for the occasion

The man himself always puts some effort into how he looks… so you should too.

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2. Invite all your friends around

You can’t have a party without people.

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3. And maybe a celeb or two

Here’s Conor, his manager John and Love/Hate’s Peter Coonan (aka Fran ‘The Man’).

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4. Supply novelty ‘McGregor beards’ for everyone

Essential.
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5. Serve only paleo dishes

It’s all about a healthy diet.

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6.  Cans? No. Coconut water? Yes.

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7. Take centre stage

As host, it’s your duty to get the conversation flowing.

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8. Get in the mood by watching footage of his previous fights

You can’t get enough of that Brimage knockout.

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9. Make sure not to crash too early

He’s not due out until after midnight so pace yourself.

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10. End it in style

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‘The Conor who fought in April would lose to Conor now’ – John Kavanagh

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