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Video: Conor McGregor delivers World Series tickets to Boston firefighters

Halloween may still be over a week away, but UFC superstar Conor McGregor is already doing his best firefighter impression.

McGregor, who is just weeks removed from his submission loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229, was out and about in Boston earlier this week to surprise some firefighters with World Series tickets. Remember, the Boston Red Sox clinched their World Series birth back on Thursday.

While driving through Boston to promote his Proper No. 12 Irish whiskey “Notorious” stopped off at a local firehouse to pay the first responders a visit. After gifting 10 firefighters with tickets to the World Series, set to commence on Oct. 23 in Boston with the Red Sox hosting the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Irishman took time to try on some gear and slide down the firehouse pole.

The action can be seen above courtesy of TMZ Sports.

McGregor seems to have quickly dusted off his recent loss to Khabib at UFC 229. The 30-year-old combat superstar has journeyed all over the United States in the past couple of weeks, including a stopover in Texas to buddy it up with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Now he can be seen sliding down firehouse poles and handing out free World Series tickets in Boston.

Not too shabby for a guy who just lost in front of 2.4 million watchful eyes.

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