Conor McGregor Drops F-Bomb On Live TV During FOX News Segment, Donated $1 Million To 9/11 First Responders

Conor McGregor

UFC legend Conor McGregor is starting off 2023 with a bang.

The guy is dipping his toes into the acting world, as he’s set to star in the upcoming remake of Road House, alongside Jake Gyllenhaal.

And on top of that, in good ol’ Conor McGregor fashion, he dropped the f-bomb during a segment of Hannity on FOX News last night.

However, it was all with good intentions and for a great cause, though.

During the segment, McGregor was alongside FOX News host Sean Hannity, and Frank Siller, who runs the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.

Tunnel to Towers Foundation is a charity that helps first responders and military families, and was inspired after the death of Siller’s brother, Stephen, who passed away as a New York City firefighter during 9/11.

On live TV, McGregor said:

“Frank, I’m honored to support you. I’m honored to say your brother Stephen is a f*cking-… excuse me… is a hero.”

Hannity gave a chuckle, and Frank even agreed with the sentiment.

He proceeded to pull out a check for $1 million, all donated to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.

At the end of the day, nobody really cares. The guy is arguably the most famous UFC fighter on the planet, and can just about say whatever he wants (to an extent). Not to mention, the man had good intentions behind what he said, and now several more families will be able to be impacted thanks to his donation to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.


A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock