Stephen Dorff Channels His Inner Conor McGregor | Celebrity Page
Conor McGregor is one of, if not the, most famous MMA fighters in the world. So, it's no surprise Stephen Dorff took some inspiration from the Irish champ, when playing a fighter in his new movie: Embattled.

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In our brand new interview with Stephen, he tells Celebrity Page who he based his character, Cash, on.

"Conor is a guy that to me has the pizaz, the physicality and the size that I am. Therefore I was able to look at him...
...but look, I pulled from Mayweather as a boxer, just as far as his shrewdness for business and his kind of talent. The way he dances...
...Conor, the fact that he has raw talent. I mean the guy can not be the biggest guy in the world and get in there and take somebody's f**kin head off...
...I studied him, I watched his documentary...sure I pulled from him, it's pretty obvious."

Embattled is in some theaters and on VOD now.

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