Conor McGregor has got that winning feeling again after enjoying a night out with his fiancée Dee Devlin and Johnny Depp.
The UFC superstar bumped into the Hollywood actor at a fancy hotel in Rome while on vacation in Italy.
Also joining them on the night out was McGregor's niece Taylor, who is the daughter of his sister Erin, a former contestant on 'Dancing With The Stars'.
That came a few months after McGregor suffered a broken leg in his trilogy fight against Dustin Poirier.
But the Irishman has clearly not let that dampen his spirits while it seems he has made a near full recovery since being carried out of the octagon on a stretcher on that fateful night.
He spent Saturday night partying in Rome with the Pirates of the Caribbean actor after attending his son's Christening at the Vatican earlier in the day and it is clear to see the 33-year-old is enjoying his time off.
And now a video of McGregor and Depp has emerged on social media, showing the exact moment the Notorious offered the Hollywood star a glass of his Proper Twelve whiskey.
In the clip, McGregor can be heard saying: "Do you want some whiskey? Some Proper Twelve, here I will get you a glass."
To which Depp replied: "It's not too bad, it's not too bad."
Conor McGregor shares a drink with Johnny Depp
Check out the video below:
You're a braver man than most, Johnny.
Depp, 58, can be seen starring in his brand new TV show Puffins which aired earlier this week. The series is available to watch exclusively on Amazon Prime.
The actor famously lost his libel case against The Sun over an article that called him a 'wife beater'.
Depp's appearance comes after he spoke out against so-called 'cancel culture' at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain.
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Depp said: "It can be seen as an event in history that lasted for however long it lasted, this cancel culture.
"This instant rush to judgement based on what essentially amounts to polluted air.
'It's so far out of hand now that I can promise you that no one is safe. Not one of you. Not anyone out that door. No one is safe."
He added: "It takes one sentence and there's no more ground, the carpet has been pulled.
"It's not just me that this has happened to, it's happened to a lot of people. This type of thing has happened to women, men.
"Children have suffered from various types of unpleasantries. Sadly at a certain point they begin to think that it's normal. Or that it's them. When it's not."News Now - Sport News