IT'S Throwback Thursday and as UFC star Conor McGregor is due in court in America for allegedly attacking a bus, we thought we would remember his time in Glasgow from last year.

This is the video the proves UFC champ Conor McGregor doesn't just have the moves in the octagon.

The Irish fighter turned up at Glasgow's Santuary nightclub this weekend where he tore up the dance floor in front of excited fans looking a little bit tipsy.

Conor looked to be enjoying himself dancing before he showered clubbers with £20 notes in the early hours of yesterday morning.

Loading

Conor got so angry last night 😈

View on Instagram

The Dubliner was in the city for a special Q&A with fans at the SEC Armadillo before he turned up at Sanctuary in a chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce.

Earlier in the evening during the fan questions session he made a dig at one half of the city while paying tribute to Celtic with a shoutout.

Evening Times:

The UFC  lightweight champion has spoken of his love for Celtic in the past and wasted no time giving them a shout out in Glasgow.

He ĺet all know where his loyalities lay with a shoutout saying: "What’s up Glasgow?

"What's up Celtic? Conor McGregor said.

"The only football club round here worth talking about!”

He also led the crowd in a call and response of “Glasgow’s Green and White’ a popular chant amongst Celtic fans.

Many of the fans present sang along but there were some in the crowd who may not agree with the champion’s support for the Hoops.

The fight superstar previously tweeted praise to Celtic fans for their banner using his famous slogan before the 5-0 win against Astana.

Evening Times:

McGregor - before losing to boxing legend Floyd Mayweather in a big money Last Vegas fight - was taken aback at the display from the Green Brigade which read: “We’re not here to take part. We’re here to take over!”

The motif was a nod to the comments he made after he defeated Diego Brandao in 2014.

He vowed to the Glasgow audience to beat Mayweather should the pair meet in a rematch.

The Irishman - knocked out in the tenth round in Las Vegas last month against the American - has vowed to come out victorious if they clash once more.

In a wide-ranging conversation, the Dublin fighter said that financial woes could force Mayweather to return to the ring and that he’s convinced he would have enough to overcome the American this time.

"I know if I went another go with him, under boxing rules, I’d get that win. I know that. I know by the feeling of him in the first fight," he said.

The fighter reportedly earned €100million from the Mayweather fight.

McGregor was, as is nearly tradition now, almost an hour late to the Glasgow event.