Conor McGregor Drops F-Bombs on UFC, Floyd Mayweather, Entire Universe

January 28, 2017
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So what did you do this weekend? Did you say “f**k you” to your boss and basically everyone else that disagrees with you?

If so, you and Conor McGregor have something in common.

Conor on Saturday took to social media to blast the UFC, Floyd Mayweather Jr., WWE, boxing and basically anyone else you can imagine living, dead or otherwise.

It didn’t stop there, though. 

Conor kept at it during a 60-minute interview with Ariel Helwani that he was plugging in his Instagram post. The interview took place in Manchester, England.

The F-bombs dropped one after one during that conversation, and so did the number of his intended targets, including Nate Diaz, Nick Diaz, Georges St-Pierre, Anderson Silva and Tyron Woodley. Parental discretion is advised, kids … 

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  • Hurthle

    Attention whore.

  • Darin

    Sounds like the UFC didn’t just hand over ownership of a multi-billion dollar corporation to this nut…..imagine that.

    I’ve always assumed that Conor’s antics were a calculated act and that he is actually a very grounded and sensible guy off camera ( I always detested his public behavior regardless). If he was really that emotional in real life he would be getting in more trouble ala Jon Jones.

    I’m starting to question that. He may be losing his grip on reality and his ambition is beyond his abilities.

    • Joey

      I think he sees the writing on the wall. The UFC was bought by a Hollywood talent agency, and the fighters who are getting paid and getting good fights are the ones who promote themselves like pro wrestlers. Outside of those few minutes in the octagon, nothing about the UFC is “real life” any more – not the match making, not the rankings, not the titles, not the pay scale, and not what comes out of anyone’s mouth. It’s all call-outs and s–t talking and funny walks (literally, apparently). Fighters are wearing costumes and masks and s–t to weigh-ins. I keep expecting someone to come out with a goddamn coffin or a boa constrictor or some s–t. The dumb reality is, these careers now depend 25% on fighting and 75% on silly bulls–t. That sucks, and yes Conor is largely to blame, but things being as they are you can’t really expect him to do anything else now. A ppv Q & A is diabolical and brilliant. I’m sure more than anything he wants to get out of his contract so he can start making more money on t-shirts and s–t than on the fights. I think he’s more likely to try to start his own promotion than is he to defend a belt.

  • Kay Fab

    Hilarious as always such talent wasted

  • aFriendlyAgenda

    And fluck damon martin too

    I’m not too fond of al-shitti either,
    but martin is even worse

  • TheCerealKiller

    He won’t ever defend the title. He didn’t defend any he won before the UFC and he’s not going to start now.

  • Robert

    I guess he’s retired now.

  • p waddy

    ohhh k

  • El Gvapo

    Nothing more than carefully orchestrated PR, nothing to see here except keeping his next options relevant. Diaz, Woodley, Mayweather, GSP all mentioned.

  • clarkw

    I hope he knows what he’s doing. If he thinks his millions beats billions, I can see him going back to pre-UFC ways. The Mac Life will go back to The Gov Assistance Life.

  • Jon Granville

    Keep hating mans a living legend who’s got more spunk in his left nut that any of you lot have combined.