CONOR MCGREGOR has posted a video while visiting the breathtaking portrait painted of him by UFC octagon girl Brittney Palmer.
The artwork was painted by Palmer before the Irishman's rematch with Dustin Poirier in January, a fight he lost via second round knockout.
Now McGregor has been able to visit the painting for the first time and looked thrilled at the outcome.
Alongside a video of the UFC superstar with her painting, Palmer said: "Champ energy."
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Palmer, 33, was named Ringcard Girl of the Year at the World MMA awards in December after previously bagging the gong in 2012 and 2013.
But she is also a talented pop artist who has sold her work for tens of thousands of dollars.
She revealed her latest piece to mark McGregor's comeback – after 12 months out of action – on Instagram with the caption: "He's baaaack."
And Palmer's talents don't end there – she is also a model and graced the cover of Playboy in March 2012.
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She studied classic portraiture at UCLA and went to Brentwood Art Center in the USA.
Palmer now charges more than £20,000 for a piece of her work.
The veteran octagon girl made her UFC debut in 2011 at UFC 125 and she has since become one of the most recognisable faces in the sport.
She braved the coronavirus pandemic in May when she was the only ring girl to appear at UFC 249.
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