Conor McGregor was asked to pitch the first pitch at the Chicago Cubs Tuesday night’s game, but despite a wild throw away from the target, the double UFC champion does not try to redo.
McGregor looked like he’d lined up to throw a pitch to home plate, but the ball loosened far to the right, nearly hitting a fan in the front row.
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“The most devastating first pitch ever at iconic Wrigley Field!” he told Marquee Sports Network with a laugh. “The venom is there, the power is there. It’s a bit off, precise but you know I’m on one leg. You can see me based entirely on the left leg that just got injured.”
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McGregor underwent surgery in July to repair several fractures to his left leg suffered during his trilogy fight against Dustin Poirier. He was pictured training without a cast just a month after the operation.
“I don’t think there is much power difference between mine and them there. Just the accuracy is a bit low,” he said of the Cubs and Twins players on the ground.
“I’m happy with that. It was either a friendly lob or a goal to get him off the ground and if that was the target we would have had a problem, I would say,” he continued.
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McGregor dominated his appearance at Wrigley Field with a performance of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game”.
He certainly gets points for trying.