Conor McGregor FLOORS Miami Heat mascot with left hook at NBA Finals

UFC legend Conor McGregor FLOORS Miami Heat mascot with left hook during Game 4 of NBA Finals… before throwing another for good measure

  • The ex-UFC lightweight and featherweight champ was promoting a product
  • He sprayed the Heat’s mascot, ‘Burnie’, with it after laying him out with two hits 
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Conor McGregor made his presence known at Game 4 of the NBA Finals, utterly rocking Miami Heat’s mascot with a left hook. 

The former UFC lightweight and featherweight champion was appearing midcourt to promote his cryotherapy pain relief spray before ‘Burnie’ approached McGregor wearing oversized boxing gloves. 

In what was evidently a campaign stunt, McGregor delivered a stinging hook before adding one more punch for good measure as Burnie lay on his back. 

The mascot was then pulled away but not before McGregor sprayed some of his TIDL Sport product on him. 

‘Get Burnie out, put that TIDL on him,’ the Heat’s in-stadium presenter said as the Irishman carried it out. 

Former UFC two-weight champion Conor McGregor rocked the Heat’s mascot on Friday night

The Irishman was seen sharing a laugh with Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

McGregor was one of several celebrities present at Kaseya Center, sporting a shiny red tracksuit. 

Baltimore Ravens wideout Odell Beckham Jr., soccer stars Neymar, Vinicius Jr. and Paul Pogba were present – in addition to music artists Lil Wayne, G-Eazy, J Balvin and Flo Rida. 

The litany of stars witnessed the Denver Nuggets close to within a game of the NBA title with an assured 108-95 victory on the road.

Now the two teams head into Game 5 on Monday night in Denver, where they split Games 1 and 2. 

While Game 3 was defined by Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray’s dueling 30-point triple-doubles, Denver won Friday because of its ‘others.’

McGregor was one of many celebrities present at Game 4 — including Neymar and Vinicius Jr. 

The Denver Nuggets closed to within a game of the NBA title with an assured 108-95 road win

Aaron Gordon was tremendous with 27 points, six rebounds and five assists, Bruce Brown slashed his way to 21 points off the bench and Michael Porter Jr. added 11 despite another off shooting night.

Murray provided 12 assists to go along with 15 points, and Denver survived a five-plus minute stretch without their star man Jokic in the fourth quarter after he picked up a fifth foul.

McGregor has been filming the latest series of The Ultimate Fighter alongside Michael Chandler – who he is poised to fight this year – with the pair pitting their wits against one another as coaches on the reality competition. 

The Irishman’s last appearance came all the way back in July 2021, when he suffered a gruesome leg break during his rematch with Dustin Poirier at UFC 264.

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