Conor McGregor interview given in usual fashion for UFC's top draw

Conor McGregor is on top of the UFC world. As the UFC's main attraction, Conor McGregor can pretty much do whatever he wants, whenever he wants to do it, and you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone to tell him no. As reported recently by The Inquisitr, McGregor is looking to expand his brand beyond just the octagon. It was reported that he is looking to trademark himself, with official documents filed to own the rights to his namesake, and his nickname, "The Notorious."

Conor McGregor talks Floyd Mayweather in PPV interview

Conor McGregor recently participated in a live Q&A Pay-Per-View event, which he showed up half an hour late for.

Still, this isn't entirely out of the ordinary for the Irishman. He knows that people will wait for him, and wait they did. Even with the delay, however, that did not impact the buzz in the room for all in attendance. As reported by MMA Junkie, the event was held at the EventCity exhibition center in Manchester, England, with the live Q&A also broadcast via Pay-Per-View.

Conor McGregor boasted on Instagram that the attendance for his Pay-Per-View Q&A session was larger than a lot of UFC events, writing:

"I'm so made! Heading to do a Q and A in front of 5000 fans! You read that right. That's more than UFC attendance tonight."

McGregor ended his Instagram post with some choice F-bombs for the UFC, Floyd Mayweather, and pretty much anyone reading the post.

Still, whether you love him or hate him, you can't deny that the Irishman has a certain charisma that few people possess, across the entire spectrum of sports and entertainment. Also, with a current record of 21-3 MMA and 9-1 UFC, the Irishman has the skills to back up his smack talk, and the world at large loves him for it.

Conor McGregor has been on hiatus in order to welcome his first child, still, even though he is not currently competing, that has not stopped the chatter, the majority of which surrounds the potential crossover bout with Floyd Mayweather. While there has been back and forth trash talk between the two athletes, there has been no official confirmation of the fight actually happening.

If the fight does take place sometime in the near future, however, it will likely go down as one of the most lucrative cards in all of sports.