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A Conor McGregor sculpture has been unveiled at the National Waxwork Museum in Dublin

What do you reckon?

THE NATIONAL WAX Museum recently moved to Westmoreland Street in Dublin – and it boasts wax sculptures of everything from Father Ted to the… Good Friday Agreement.

And today they got a high profile new member of the waxwork crew:

This Conor McGregor sculpture was unveiled

conorsculpture Source: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

They’ve got the stance, the suit, the clothes and the beard pretty much down.

His face doesn’t look exactly like The Notorious – but it is very close.

7550 Conor McGregor Waxwork_90520768 Source: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

Waxworks are a difficult thing to get right, and the museum explained the process:

a new and innovative artistic and technical process that involved 3D scanning in conjunction with wax sculpting was used to create an uncannily lifelike wax character

Hmm.

Conor’s dad Tony was in the house to celebrate the unveiling though

7697 Conor_90520761 Source: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

And they went all out on the suit they have him in

notirous Source: National Wax Museum

Plus, the tricolour was stuck up behind for maximum McGregor effect:

McGregor has been positioned beside the current US President Donald Trump on the floor

7537 Conor McGregor Waxwork_90520770 Source: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

High profile company.

It’s impossible to know what McGregor himself would think of it, but one famous quote of his does come to mind:

“Who the f**k is that guy?”

maxresdefault Source: UFC

Next stop for him after the fight with Floyd Mayweather will surely be the National Waxwork Museum for an up close look at his doppelganger.

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Written by David Elkin and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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