CONOR McGREGOR was impressed by Sergio Ramos’ version of his ‘Billi strut’, which he busted out after smashing a shot home during training.
The Dubliner hailed his ‘bro Sergio’ after Ramos shared the clip and asked for McGregor’s feedback.
While the pair compete in different sports, they share similarly brash approaches with both men being fond of winding up opponents.
While Ramos has played a central role in Madrid’s title winning efforts, scoring a ridiculous ten goals in the process (albeit many of them were from the penalty spot), McGregor has been away from his sport since January when he destroyed Donald Cerrone.
He even announced his retirement from MMA last month, although few expect that to stick with him having done so on two previous occasions.
The latest hint fans received that he would be back in the octagon before too long came from his longtime coach John Kavanagh.
He shared a throwback photo of the two partying together from 2015 along with their partners Dee Devlin and Orlag Hunter.
And alongside that he captioned the pic: “5yrs ago. Book ain’t finished.”
He said: “Is Conor retired? Yes, he is as far as I can tell. That’s what he said, isn’t it?
“I can’t convince Conor to do s**t. Conor will tell Conor what he’s gonna do.
“And who knows? Who knows what’s gonna happen in the future. But, as for now, he’s retired.”