ByElias Cepeda, writer at Creators.co
Elias Cepeda

If you're a real fan of UFC dual-weight champion Conor McGregor, you've probably been at least a little concerned that the new money millionaire may end up losing his earnings like so many athletes before him, what with all his rented mansions, Rolls-Royce sedans and public shopping sprees. Well, you're not alone.

In their own, satirizing way, Saturday Night Live showed some concern for McGregor (along with the New England Patriots' "Gronk," impersonated by John Cena Charles Barkley, and John Daly) with their live skit entitled, "Where'd Your Money Go?" (above) The skit showed an impersonated Barkley hosting the game show by the above name where they "try to teach financial security to some of the world's most ignorant millionaires."

You won't want to miss the skit, even though it's kind of sad (way too many millionaire athletes truly do end up broke, before long). But, on the positive side it shows that is truly reaching the mainstream!

Hopefully, he sees the grain of truth in this hilarious satire and eases up on the spending. After all, the pound-for-pound great has a kid coming and mini fur coats are not cheap!

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