UFC: McGregor insults Poirier’s wife again despite losing

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Conor McGregor lost to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 in Las Vegas this weekend. The Irishman, however, continued to insult his rival and his wife before being evacuated on a stretcher after his big injury to his left leg.

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But, who gave him a microphone? Struck down by Dustin Poirier and seriously injured in his left leg in his third fight against the American, Conor McGregor made the show again and confirmed his status as king of trashtalking. To the delight of the spectators present in Las Vegas during UFC 264 on the night of Saturday to Sunday.

Beaten by TKO after a doctor’s intervention during his third fight against Dustin Poirier, “The Notorious” ended up bruised in his flesh. This did not prevent him from once again attacking his rival and his companion Jolie Poirier.

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“I started the fight well and after that it didn’t go as planned. But it’s not over,” Conor McGregor told RMC Sport after the sixth loss of his MMA career. him, it is still relevant today. “

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McGregor: “Your wife is in my DMs”

After having already copiously insulted and targeted Dustin Poirier or his wife before the fight, Conor McGregor did it again from the ring. Sitting against the cage, the doctors bustling around him, the Irishman again used harsh words for the camp opposite.

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“You haven’t checked, no one has checked. Your wife is in my DMs. She’s a whore, the star who turns 33 on July 14 hammered again. Hey baby, call me back and I’ll tell you. I’ll talk later. We’ll have a little after party at the Wynn (a Las Vegas nightclub, note). “

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White launches a fourth duel

While Dustin Poirier kissed his wife on the edge of the octagon, Conor McGregor was evacuated from the T-Mobile Arena on a stretcher and taken to hospital to have his leg injury examined. If the winner of the day should be entitled to a chance for the lightweight title held by Brazilian Charles Oliveira, potentially in December, Dana White would be well organized a quadrilogy between “The Diamond” and Conor McGregor.

Asked by ESPN after the fair between the American and the Irishman, the all-powerful boss of the UFC opened the door to a new clash when “The Notorious” will get better.

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“When Conor is healed and ready to resume, I guess we’ll set up the rematch,” Dana White said. “Poirier will do his thing until Conor is ready.”

The hypothesis of a fourth fight between Dustin Poirier and Conor McGregor seems quite credible. History take this rivalry to a new level, “The Diamond” could even land there as a champion. If the UFC is already rubbing its hands at the idea of ​​a new very lucrative evening, it is still necessary to come to remove Charles Oliveira from the equation… and to wait for the recovery of McGregor.

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