Conor McGregor surprises Boston firefighters with World Series tickets & whiskey

BOSTON — After raking in around $50M from his last fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov, notorious MMA fighter Conor McGregor decided to spread the love and this time 10 Boston firefighters lucked out!

TMZ reports McGregor wanted "to do something special to show his appreciation for the firefighters" so he took the opportunity after the Red Sox made it to the World Series to gift 10 World Series Game 1 tickets to those who risk their lives everyday.

On Friday, McGregor was seen personally delivering the tickets to the Back Bay Fire Station.

If World Series tickets to see the Sox play weren't enough, McGregor also gifted firefighters with his own, highly procured Proper No. Twelve whiskey.

Before he left, The Notorious made sure to open up a bottle and toast to the Sox winning a title.

According to TMZ, Proper No. Twelve says they're donating $5 to first responders for every case of whiskey they sell, which ens up being up to $1M each year.