Jorge Masvidal is unhappy that Conor McGregor was dealing with a loss to Dustin Poyer.
McGregor believes the Irishman is apologizing after he said he broke a stress in his leg during his transition to UFC 264 in the UFC welterweight division.
At the anti-climate end of McGregor’s trilogy fight with Diamond, the 32-year-old superstar broke his terrible leg in the final seconds of the first round.
When doctors along the ring examined his injury, it was clear that McGregor was unable to continue the fight, and Pirie was declared the winner.
Earlier today, McGregor said while training for the UFC 264 scenario that he needed to “break the stress on his hip bone many times.”
When ESPN MMA detailed McGregor’s remarks in an Instagram post, Masvidal was convinced that the Irishman was making an excuse – a habit Coli Covington would add to that, reports BMF.
“Colby n this guy (Conor McGregor) justifies the same person,” Masvidal explained.
Although Masvidal expressed interest in sharing the octagon with him, he believed the fight could never be fruitful because he was “too many people” for the former double champion.
“When they ask [Dana White] why there is no quarrel, he told me in the most beautiful way that I was so many people [Conor McGregor]. My will, my size, my determination; mix with I’m not a quitter, I’ve never touched it in my life. There is another type of dog here. I’m a lot of people who can tell him in every way, ”Mas Evid said on the Rich Eisen Show.
Dana White also doubled Masvidal’s statements. The UFC president said McGregor was not in the welterweight division and was not interested in the idea of a fight between him and Masvidal.
However, Masvidal’s recent comments about McGregor may simply be good enough to boost mutual competition.