Conor McGregor's reaction to a stranded Mick Konstantin outside after-party was great to see
"There's Only One Conor McGregor."
Saturday's fight may not have gone as planned for the Notorious, with Floyd Mayweather demonstrating that age is no barrier to him.
The 40-year-old zipped around the ring with verve, with speed, and his lightening reactions were too quick for a tiring McGregor as the fight went through the rounds.
Despite his loss, McGregor didn't really lose, did he? As he said himself, it was a bit of fun, and his after-party in Las Vegas was far from a man drowning his sorrows.
McGregor was said to have been the life and soul of the party as he bopped around the venue, engaging in heart-to-hearts with Robbie Keane and posing for photos with Instagram hero Rob Lipsett.
That black eye wasn't bringing him down.
It has now emerged that Kildare teacher and singer songwriter, Mick Konstantin joined the party too.
Konstantin shot to stardom over the last two weeks with the release of 'There’s Only One Conor McGregor'.
Just hours after releasing the song on his Facebook page, Konstantin's ode to The Notorious was already being picked up by global media, and he earned plaudits and acclaim from all corners.
The story was only beginning there as McGregor picked up on Konstantin's genius tune, and was invited to travel to Las Vegas by McGregor and his team to be part of the action.
The Kildare man took centre stage before Friday's weigh-in, when he sent a group of Irish fans bonkers with a rousing rendition of his tune.
The Irish have taken over Vegas! 🇮🇪
🔊 @MickK_music pic.twitter.com/GpgdGSBdym
— UFC Europe (@UFCEurope) August 25, 2017
It got even better for Konstantin, when the Crumlin man noticed him at one of his after-parties, and after realising that the teacher wasn't being let in, he took him under his wing.
The moment @TheNotoriousMMA recognised me and brought me up. Be doing well to top that in my lifetime haha pic.twitter.com/a8FhyT6WKa
— Mick Konstantin (@MickK_music) August 28, 2017