Conor McGregor appears to have figured out his next agenda after calling time on his UFC career.
The 31-year-old is said to be helping to form a Sunday League team in the Irish city of Dublin.
The Black Forge claims that McGregor is teaming up with pub owner Liam Flynn for this new project. Reports suggest the team is called Black Forge FC.
“The black forge is happy to announce that we are starting up a football team in the near future,” a post on Facebook read.
“Starting off with two football teams junior and senior.”Dates of training will follow once the numbers for teams are filled.”
Anyone interested pm us and we will move from there, look forward to hearing from yous.
“Home of the Champs. @ConorMcGregor @LiamFlynn.”‘The Notorious’ is not new to football, having previously played in an amateur league before venturing into MMA.
He previously featured for Slieveamon United in the United Churches League and Yellowstone Celtic in the Leinster Football League.
McGregor recently retired from UFC, saying he is bored of the game. He retired just six months after his comeback to MMA.