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Watch: Irish man's catchy Conor McGregor tribute goes viral

A tribute to Irish fighter Conor McGregor ahead of his clash with Floyd Mayweather has gone viral.

Singer-songwriter Mick Konstantin, from Co Kildare, posted the catchy ukulele song on Wednesday and it has since been shared over 24,000 times on Facebook.

The tribute was posted as a celebration of McGregor's upcoming fight with Mayweather on August 26.

The song includes many of McGregor's well known phrases, including: “We’re not here to take part, we’re here to take over” and “I'd like to take this chance to apologise to absolutely nobody”.

Whilst strumming the ukulele, Mick also highlights McGregor’s love for flaunting his fortune.

He sings: “Came from working on a building site, to getting million dollar pay cheques from Dana White.

“And now his money, his cars and his clothes he flaunts, cos the double champ does what the f**k he wants."

Warning Mayweather about McGregor's Irish fans, he adds: “And on the 26th of August we're taking over Vegas, the Irish invasion you can't mistake us.

“Singing songs day and night until our voices are sore, 'cos when one of us goes, we all go to war."

It's not the first time Mick has produced an online hit - his song Taking Over France went viral last year ahead Euro 2016.

Video courtesy of Mick Konstantin.

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