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Some people were half asleep propped up in the pub watching Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov go at it last night, some might have woken up next to a kebab and others were chilling out surrounded by nine women.
The final one probably doesn't sound like your early morning set up but it was exactly that for Dan Bilzerian and he didn't keep it under wraps (obviously).
Instead, he casually gloated to his 24 million Instagram followers sharing a picture of himself in bed with not one or two but nine females accompanying him. Not forgetting who ever took the snap - probably lady number ten.
People have been quick to comment on the picture, with many dubbing the 37-year-old as 'lucky'.
One said: "This man living the life", another added: "Do you think this guy ever gets stressed?"
And a third joked: "Dude has the life. And probably the biggest bed I've ever seen lol". To be fair, he's got a point because it's fucking massive.
We reckon he was probably pretty happy that Khabib Nurmagomedov won, considering he was supporting Floyd Mayweather when he fought the Irishman in 2017.
In fact, when Floyd and Conor went head to head in Las Vegas, Dan won himself a cheeky wager, as many of us attempt to do during a sporting event to spice things up.
But, the only difference was that Dan's winnings, which he said was a 'small victory', amounted to $342,150 (£260,000).
This guy sure knows how to make us feel like we're well and truly failing at life, doesn't he?
And it's probably no surprise he saw fit to congratulate 'Money' Mayweather in person following his win.
We can't help but wonder whether he stuck a tenner on Khabib last night.
Whether he did or not, there's no doubt that everyone was entertained, or maybe the word I'm looking for is shocked.
Especially when the fight ended and the place turned into a mass brawl when two of Khabib's teammates jumped over the railings and into the octagon.
Footage shows them race towards McGregor after the contest was over. The men were arrested but released after McGregor decided not to press charges.
Now UFC boss, Dana White, said: "The guys who jumped in will never fight here again. I've been working hard to promote this sport, this is not what a mixed martial arts event is normally like."
Bet Dan wasn't expecting all that while he was getting cosy in bed.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/PA
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