Rocky star Sylvester Stallone has an ownership stake in the UFC and, after seeing Conor McGregor’s public quest to grab a piece of the pie, said he’d be more than happy to help the Irish star by offering some of his own.


McGregor has called on the UFC bosses to make him a part-owner in the organization, which was purchased by Endeavor for $4 billion dollars back in 2016.

The Irishman first hinted at his desire to become a part-owner in the UFC after he became a two-division world champion at UFC 205 in November 2016.

But the UFC has resisted his repeated attempts to cut him in on the ownership pie.

But now another high-profile minority shareholder has stepped in to offer McGregor some help in his apparent quest to become a UFC shareholder.

When cornered by TMZ Sports‘, Stallone was asked if he would be prepared to share some of his equity with ‘The Notorious’ MMA star.

“Absolutely. Of course,” Stallone grinned. “I got an extra room in the house.”

McGregor hasn’t fought in the UFC since his UFC 229 defeat to Khabib Nurmagomedov, after which he was suspended for his part in the ugly scenes that followed the contest.

The defeat to Nurmagomedov was his first bout inside the octagon since his win over Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 in 2016.

He was subsequently stripped of both the featherweight and lightweight UFC world titles due to his failure to defend either belt.

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