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Conor McGregor Makes $1 Million Donation to 9/11 Charity

Conor McGregor Makes $1 Million Donation to 9/11 Charity

Conor McGregor went into his deep pockets.

The 34-year-old UFC fighter presented a $1 million check to Tunnel to Towers Foundation CEO Frank Siller.

“As human beings, it’s a must to give back,” Conor said on Hannity. “I work to give back. I work to support my family, and, you know, this is what we must deal with. If people want to help donate to this great foundation, Tunnel to Towers, you can also, we’d appreciate that greatly.”

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Siller’s brother, Stephen, a member of the FDNY, ran through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel on 9/11 despite it being closed and gave up his life to fulfill his duty to help others.

Frank, I’m honored to support you, and I wanted to just say your brother Stephen is a —–, excuse me, hero,” Conor said, accidentally cursing.

Conor also announced that he would like to fight twice in 2023 and wants a welterweight title shot if he wins his next fight against Michael Chandler.

“I wish for consistency. I’m working for consistency. Like I said before, I’ve had this on-off thing for a couple of years and it’s been frustrating, but be it for different reasons. But I’d like to just get past that and just get into this consistency bracket. And I feel I will, I feel I can, and I’m excited for it,” he told Ariel Helwani.

Conor is a coach on season 31 of The Ultimate Fighter which premieres on May 30.

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