CONOR MCGREGOR became one of sport’s biggest stars with his fast hands but the UFC legend proved he’s just as handy with his feet.
The Notorious showed off his football skills for Sergio Ramos days after the Real Madrid captain imitated his ‘Billi strut’ during training.
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The Irish star had hailed his ‘bro Sergio’ after the Spanish World Cup winner shared a clip of himself doing McGregor’s famous walk.
And the 32-year-old has now returned the favour by posting a series of vids showing off his football skills.
McGregor was having a kick-about with his once local pub’s football team as they set up Black Forge FC.
He impressively scored with an outside the boot finish before another clip showed him side-footing an effort into the far corner.
McGregor then demonstrates the power usually reserved for his left hooks as he sent an effort that proved too hot for the keeper to handle.
Unfortunately it seems McGregor needs further tips from Ramos’ teammate Karim Benzema on composure from close-range as his next two shots fail to find the back of the net.
The former two division champion shared the clips on Instagram with the caption: “What do you think @sergioramos?”
Ramos soon responded: “top class mate! Fancy a training session at @realmadrid? More than welcome to join us anytime.”
That offer may prove too enticing for McGregor after he announced his retirement from MMA last month.
He spent his birthday recently in France with partner Dee Devlin, but teased a comeback by commenting “stay ready” on his Instagram.
The southpaw has not fought since beating Donald Cerrone in January, and was unable to compete during the coronavirus lockdown.