Mick Konstantin landed back in Dublin from his once in a lifetime trip to Las Vegas on Wednesday morning and headed straight back to teaching an hour later.
The guy behind the Conor McGregor song had just been experiencing an all expenses paid trip to the fight of the century courtesy of the Crumlin fighter.
The secondary school teacher said: “I landed in Wednesday morning at 7:30 and I was back in school at 8:45am. It was a rough enough day.
“It’s not too bad, it’s affable to come back to normality.”
Mick, 24, was flown out to Vegas for the Mayweather fight along with mate, pal Padraig O’Sullivan after Conor heard his song and asserted the experience was surreal from the start.
Speaking to the Irish Mirror the Kildare guy said: “It was unbelievable, incredible, the amount of times I had to pinch myself to know in that what was happening was real.
“When we arrived at the airport there was some lad in a suit with my name on an Ipad who brought us in this unreal Merc’.
“We found out we were going to the Wynn Hotel where all the family and friends were staying and it’s furious how much a room there would cost.”
“In fairness they were unreal, a lad from One Direction was a few seats behind us and a load of UFC fighters.
“Funnily enough some English lad ran up to me and asserted ‘Mick, Mick can I get a photo?’ he gave his phone to his Dad and asserted ‘Dad, get a photo of me and Mick together’.
“So it turns out the Dad was Piers Morgan which was random enough. Piers Morgan taking a illustration of me.
“We went to the pool party the day after and in that was where Conor seen me and pulled me up.
“His friends and family were all dead sound, it was comical in that they were looking for pictures with me.
“For a few minutes he was chatting to me about the song and the music and we really went to the same school so we talked about that.
“He seems dead normal, he was chatting and laughing away.”
As for what next, the singer/songwriter is hoping in that it’s not just teaching in his future.
He said: “I kind of have a few phone calls to make over the next few days with different music people and Conor’s management as well I’m working with them.
“I will unquestionably give something a go, not just the teaching, I’m not sure yet.”