Conor McGregor has taken to social media for the second time in two days to post about Malta.
The MMA star shared an Instagram video of his very own Carnival float after it appeared on the streets of Valletta at the weekend.
The Irish fighting legend gave a huge shout out to his Maltese fans and thanked carnival enthusiasts for creating the float, featuring his trademark chest tattoo and fighting pose.
He posted a video of the float on Instagram with the caption: ‘Having a great time with my fellow Maltese at La Karnival Ta Malta.
‘See you guys soon!’
It’s the second time the MMA star has hinted he will visit Malta.
Fans took to social media to urge the former two-weight world champion to make the trip soon.
One wrote: ‘Come to Malta, Conor! Will be looking forward to see my favourite MMA fighter.’
Another added: ‘Would be amazing having you over here champ!’
A third wrote: ‘You better come! All of us Maltese are so excited!’
On Sunday, the MMA fighter shared a photo of his Valletta Carnival float.
The Notorious said: ‘Thank you Malta, see you guys soon! I’ve been meaning to wash a few toes down there!’
He has not fought since being beaten by Khabib Nurmagomedov in their explosive Las Vegas bout in October last year.