One man and his ukulele. That’s all it took for Mick Konstantin to create a viral sensation that’s still taking off, three days after he posted a video to his Facebook account.

The song, entitled “There’s only one Conor McGregor,” is actually rather good.

Konstantin posted the lyrics to his account, which are as follows:

A kid from Dublin with more than a dream
He knew one day he’d be the king of the UFC
With a group of fighting Irish not to be pushed over
Not here to take part they were here to take over

From the start John Kavanagh by his side
Whoever thought they’d be known worldwide
After 60g’s baby and a contract to sign
Leaving his old life and the social welfare behind

After 2 years came the featherweight champion of the world
Conor said he’d make him look like a little girl
It only took ten seconds to show his talk wasn’t cheap
As he connected with the left, and put ALDO TO SLEEP!

There’s only one Conor McGregor, and there’s no fighter better
And he’s going to knock out Floyd Mayweather
So Floyd watch out cos the Irish are coming
You can talk all you want, buy you’ll do nothin!

The lightweight belt was next in store
To do what no other fighter had ever done before
Became the first same time double champ in history
And took the chance to apologize to absolutely nobody

Came from working on a building site
To getting million dollar pay cheques from Dana White
And now his money, his cars and his clothes he flaunts
Cos the double champ does what the f**k he wants

Mayweather, your old and your small
And the truth is that you’ll do feck all
Cos precision beats power and timing beats speed
“Why have you got a school bag Floyd you can’t even read”

Well he dresses to kill, buys lamborghinis at will
Can get inside your head like he was Dr. Phil
And if you call him out, have a good reason why
Or he’ll turn around and say who the f**k is that guy

And on the 26th of August we’re taking over Vegas
The Irish invasion you can’t mistake us
Singing songs day and night til our voices are sore
Cos when one of us goes, we all go to war!!

Clearly, a ton of thought and work went into creating this song. Konstantin wrote in his Facebook post that he wanted to get as many of McGregor’s famous lines into this song as possible. Clearly, he succeeded.

Along with the joy he must feel to have his song being posted all over the Internet, Konstantin was rewarded when McGregor found it and shared it, along with the caption, “What a song hahaha! Thank you so much for the support Mick Konstantin!”

It doesn’t get much better than that, does it?