Video thumbnail, Conor McGregor makes a surprise appearance at a Christmas Party

This video shows the moment that Conor McGregor surprised Irish lads who were impersonating him on a Dublin street.

‘The Notorious’ has become such a cultural phenomenon that he is regularly quoted and mimicked in Ireland and worldwide.

Jason Cooney, Patrick Lavelle and Mick Groarty were playing around in Dublin on Friday night, reports the Irish Mirror.

One roared: "You’ll do nothing" at which time a black jeep pulled up alongside them which had the 28-year-old UFC lightweight and featherweight champion McGregor inside.

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The Irish lads were at a Christmas party for Human Centered movement, a business that shows people in classes how to move in a pain free way.

The Dubliner posted a pictured of himself with just underpants and runners on with the caption: "Always in shape."

Meanwhile, McGregor has called out Floyd Mayweather once more.

The Notorious cranked up the heat ahead of a potential mega fight by saying that he will "break" the face of the former world champion boxer.

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Mayweather has hit back on a few occasions throughout 2016 as the UFC’s first two-weight world champion looks to secure a lucrative cross-discipline bout.

McGregor took to Twitter to post a photoshopped image of himself in boxing gloves alongside Mayweather, insisting that any potential fight would indeed be a straight up boxing match.

And he wrote: "I’m going to break his face."

Conor McGregor has fuelled talk of a Floyd Mayweather mega-fight (Photo: Zuffa LLC)

Earlier this month, retired five-division world champion Mayweather made a clear reference to the Irish UFC star in a social media video, labelling the lightweight champion a "punk".

The video comes after McGregor was issued with a boxing licence in California at the start of December, moving him a step closer to a mooted fight.

Video thumbnail, Floyd Mayweather warns Conor McGregor he’s going to ‘slap him’ when he sees him

Mayweather, who hasn’t fought since retiring with a perfect 49-0 record after beating Andre Berto in his final bout in September last year, previously laughed off the rumours of a superfight.

“I’m f*****g McGregor up. Punk a** McGregor. I’m gonna slap McGregor," Mayweather said.

“I’m gonna slap the s**t out of McGregor when I see him.”

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