Conor McGregor sips Proper No12 with Justin Bieber as Notorious laps up sun while recovering from UFC 264 leg break

CONOR McGREGOR appeared in good spirits as he hung out with celeb pal Justin Bieber.

The Irishman was carried out of the octagon on a stretcher after suffering a gruesome leg break during his UFC 264 defeat to Dustin Poirier earlier this month.



He subsequently underwent successful surgery, and is now on the road to recovery.

With his leg heavily bandaged, McGregor sipped Proper No12 whiskey alongside singer Bieber as he soaked in the glorious Beverley Hills sunshine.

The 33-year-old captioned the image: "JB and Big Foot, we rule Beverly Hills!

"God bless my brother! Backed by the highest power!

"Huge congrats on your @balenciaga campaign and your @drewhouse!

"Can’t wait to get to the show tomorrow! Legends Unite! #ProperPopstarz #BreakfastThenTifannys @justinbieber @properwhiskey."

It's about how you get back up

Bieber, 27, also posted the pictures, captioning them: "Breakfast of champions. @thenotoriousmma @properwhiskey.

“It's about how you get back up”.

McGregor might have sold his majority stake in Proper No12 earlier this year, but he clearly still enjoys the product.

The Notorious is determined to face Poirier for a fourth time, after claiming that he went into the third fight with a pre existing ankle injury.

While the American, 32, is interested in another big-money McGregor showdown somewhere down the line, he feels that the 'excuses' are 'weak'.

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Poirier told THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas: “Right off the bat, mentally, I just feel like it’s weak. It’s weak.

"It’s excuses, but I’m trying not to read too far into it or go down these days of reading what videos are out and what people are saying because I’m back home with my family.

"It’s a win on my record. I know I did what I needed to do in my fight, pre-fight, my training camp."

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