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On Wednesday evening, Conor McGregor announced that he would donate 1 million euros to Irish hospitals. With his donation, the MMA fighter wants to contribute to the fight against the corona virus.

“Today I donate EUR 1 million for protective materials to all hospitals in the Leinster region. The Irish region most affected,” McGregor wrote on Twitter.

The Irish cage fighter praised a number of hospitals in the region. “St. James’s, Mater, Tallaght, Beaumont and St. Vincent’s are doing a great job. Where would the world be without all those brave men and women? God be with you and keep you safe and healthy.”

A day earlier, McGregor had called for a complete lockdown in Ireland to prevent further spread of the virus. Ireland has about 1,500 infections with the COVID-19 virus and nine fatalities.

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McGregor, 31, is the best known and richest Irish sportsman. He has an estimated wealth of over 100 million euros. He made a successful comeback in January after more than a year’s absence from the UFC.

The UFC was mainly in the news in the United States. Director Dana White wanted events to continue as much as possible. Three Fight Nights were canceled by the American government.

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