There's been a mixed reaction to the new Conor McGregor waxwork in Dublin

The stance, the clothes and the size may be the on point, but the face of the new Conor McGregor wax work in the National Wax Museum has been met with mix reactions.

The Notorious was welcomed into the museum on Westmoreland Street yesterday, and his dad Tony was on hand to give the model the once over.

According to the museum, a new and innovative artistic and technical process involving 3D scanning was used in conjunction with wax sculpting to create the model.

Louis Copeland supplied the tailored suit, one of many he has made for the Crumlin native, and the museum are hoping the wax work will become one of their biggest attractions.

Some online thought the resemblance was uncanny, while others were not so convinced...

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