Conor McGregor let the profanities fly on his suit – ESPN

After Conor McGregor's daring trend assertion at Tuesday's information convention selling his Aug. 26 combat with Floyd Mayweather Jr., there's just one query on everybody's thoughts: What is going to the reigning UFC light-weight champion put on on Wednesday?

McGregor confirmed as much as the first cease on the media tour to advertise the combat sporting what, from a distance, gave the impression to be a standard three-piece, pinstripe suit. However a close-up picture of the suit revealed that the pinstripes have been made up of the phrase "F--- You" repeated vertically time and again.

In accordance with GQ, the suit was made by clothes label David August, and the firm's CEO, David August Heil, told the magazine, "Conor has been a longtime consumer and pal of ours, and we're deeply honored to be part of this epic, historic story because it unfolds. With a power in sports activities and trend like Conor, it makes our job thrilling to create distinctive seems that enhances his pure confidence and energy. He is a disrupter in all the pieces he does, and we're intoxicated by his ardour and drive."

Though opinion is blended on whether or not pinstripes -- conventional or McGregor's customized therapy -- are in type lately, GQ had excessive reward for McGregor's suit basically, writing "The ... suit really matches the athlete very well, hitting his shoulders at the proper level, tapering in at the torso and displaying loads of crisp white cuff." McGregor wore a similar look, with regular pinstripes, at a information convention main as much as UFC 205 final 12 months.

The Mayweather-McGregor press tour continues with stops in Toronto on Wednesday, Brooklyn on Thursday and London on Friday. Keep tuned to see if McGregor makes any extra statements by way of his trend selections or if he limits them to his mouth, which was also in epic and profane form during Tuesday's news conference.

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Conor McGregor let the profanities fly on his suit - ESPN