Kick ambassador Conor McGregor has no idea who Adin Ross is

Kick made headlines last week confirming MMA legend Conor McGregor as his newest ambassador with the fighter appearing on an inaugural stream this week

After confirming Conor McGregor as its latest ambassador, Kick, a streaming platform, hosted the first fan stream with the fighter on Monday, during which he chatted with the community and discussed crypto gambling, streaming, and his career as an MMA insider.

McGregor was his honest, rough self, and he quickly focused attention on himself by admitting that he had no idea who Adin Ross was, nor why he should have heard about the man. Ross is Kick’s largest content creator.

McGregor had logged in to play various casino games at Duelbits, among which was blackjack, while he also exchanged banter with viewers interested in finding out more about him.

The Notorious’ professed ignorance of streaming personalities enlivened the mood and gave rise to various humorous references. McGregor himself said that he had no —ing iota who the guy was, and the community, which usually has a penchant for the dramatic, dubbed this statement as an “attack” on Ross’ personality.

The stream didn’t really focus on anything else much, with fans asking questions about the world of combat sports, the preparation required to actually enter the Octagon, and his career so far. McGregor is due to return to the UFC as part of the 303 event, which will see him face off against Michael Chandler.

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