Sports New Fortnite dance reminds Twitter of McGregor's warmup

07:07  07 may  2018
07:07  07 may  2018 Source:   thescore.com

White: Legal process must play out before UFC punishes McGregor

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Twitter . On Friday, Conor McGregor held an open work out in front of press two weeks before his fight with Floyd Mayweather. During his workout, McGregor showed off a bizarre “noodle arms” warm - up routine that baffled most of the boxing/mma world.

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a man standing in front of a crowd © Steve Marcus / REUTERS

Fornite may have pulled some inspiration from Conor McGregor for one of its dance emotes.

After the popular video game unveiled a new emote called "Boneless" on Saturday, Twitter couldn't help but notice the similarities between it and McGregor's flailing-arm warmup.

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