UFC President Dana White says he will NEVER throw a first pitch after Conor McGregor's hilarious baseball blunder

UFC President Dana White says he will NEVER throw the first pitch at a baseball game after Conor McGregor's hilarious blunder.

The UFC superstar was mocked across the internet yesterday for his embarrassing effort at the first pitch of the Chicago Cubs v Minnesota Twins clash.


The Dubliner missed the catcher by such a wide margin that it almost hit some fans sitting in the stands.

And people on social media were quick to dub the former two weight world champion's effort 'the worst first pitch in history'.

White says he has been offered the chance to do it on multiple occasions but will never open himself up to the chance of making a fool of himself.

He told the Jim Rome show: “Let me start here: Do you know how many times I’ve been asked to throw a first-pitch somewhere? And I’ll never do it. Never.”

"Just like all those guys who think they can fight, guys think they can throw a baseball to home plate. It’s a lot harder than it looks."

McGregor reacted furiously on social media to people comparing his effort to 50 Cent's infamous weak throw from home plate.

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In a sensational social media rant the Notorious blasted Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Roger Federer as he bragged about his earning power.

McGregor posted videos of the two and wrote: "The audacity to compare mine with this p***!

"Picture to picture alone buries this. Mine, bar the accuracy, was the most powerful and fastest first pitch of any of these other athletes/ artist over the years. No comparison.

 "Smoke them up and down that Forbes I do. Get Messi over. Smoked. Cris. Smoked. Federer. Doubled. All time Most Power!

"Put me in the Wrigley hall of fame for that rocket launch. Beside some of that nice red brick. Mahogany Oak Frame. Wimbledon lines in the grass.

"The great Wrigley Field reminds me of the grounds on my land in Ireland. Impeccable."

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