What did Connor say post fight?


What did Connor say post fight?

As Poirier continued to taunt McGregor off camera, the Irishman ended it all by saying: “Your wife is in my DMs baby.” McGregor also told Poirier exactly which nightclub he would be partying at once he left the arena.

How much did Conor McGregor make against Chad Mendes?

For those into math and big numbers, that means they were each making $3 million per hour (the fight lasted almost exactly 10 minutes). Here’s the full breakdown: Conor McGregor: $500,000 (no win bonus) Chad Mendes: $500,000.

Will there be a press conference for UFC 264?

When is the press conference? UFC 264 press conference will be held live from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Thursday, July 8th at, 5 pm PT, 6 pm ET, 2 am UK, and 1 am +2GMT.

What did Conor McGregor say in post interview?

In the post-interview, McGregor says “this is not over” before mentioning Poirier’s wife being in his DM’s. He begins, saying: “I was boxing the bleeding head off him, kicking the bleeding leg off… this is not over. If I have to take this outside for him, it’s all outside, I don’t give a bollocks.”

What did Conor say to Joe Rogan after the fight?

“He goes, ‘Come over here, lad. Let’s have a podcast’. He said, ‘Come on, Joe. Let’s have a f***** podcast’.

Did Conor McGregor tear his ACL?

According to Fox Sports Live via Twitter late Thursday night, McGregor was diagnosed with a complete tear of his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) as well as an MCL strain and posterior horn meniscus tear.

Who did McGregor tear his ACL against?

It was not the last time Conor McGregor fought through an ACL tear. Not one to back out of a stout challenge, Conor McGregor, in the wake of his triumph against Chad Mendes, revealed that he had suffered an 80% tear to his ACL ahead of the fight.

How do I get the McGregor fight?

The only way to watch UFC 264 Poirier vs. McGregor 3 is by purchasing pay-per-view access on ESPN+ for the main card. ESPN+ subscribers can watch the prelims and post-fight coverage for free.