'This is not over': McGregor vows to continue rivalry with Poirier

‘This is not over’: Conor McGregor vows to continue rivalry with Dustin Poirier after breaking his ankle in freak accident at UFC 264 as he labels American’s wife wife a h**

  • Conor McGregor suffered another defeat to Dustin Poirier at UFC 254
  • The Irishman broke his ankle in the final seconds of the first round  
  • He was interviewed by Joe Rogan as he sat on the floor with his leg in a brace 

Conor McGregor had no interest in putting his rivalry with Dustin Poirier to bed as he spoke to Joe Rogan following his freak defeat to the American at UFC 264.

McGregor suffered another defeat as he broke his ankle stepping backwards in the final seconds of the first round on Saturday night.

‘I was boxing the bleedin head off him,’ the Irishman told Rogan as he sat on the floor of the octagon with his leg in a brace.

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Conor McGregor was in a venomous mood as he reflected on his freak defeat with Joe Rogan

‘Usual sh*te, dived to close the distance. This is not over.

‘If i have to take this outside with him it’s all outside. I don’t give a bollocks.

‘There was no check,’ he responded when asked if Poirier’s defence of a leg kick cause the injury.

‘Your wife is in my DMs hey baby,’ he continued. Hit me back up we’ll catch you later on. We’ll be at the after party. The Wynn nightclub baby. You little hoe. F*** him.

McGregor then had to leave the octagon on a stretcher, having previously promised it would be Poirier who would have to.

McGregor was forced to leave the octagon on a stretcher after breaking his ankkle


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