Conor McGregor used his Twitter again to criticize his rivals APANDhe controversial irish conor mcgregor I charged against the fighter of the UFC,
Conor McGregor used his Twitter again to criticize his rivals
ANDhe controversial irish conor mcgregor I charged against the fighter of the UFC, Tony Fergusonwhom he asked to stop blaming other people for his misfortune.
Ferguson returns to action in the UFC 274 this weekend when he faces Michael Chandler in an attempt to stop a three-game losing streak.
The lightweight contender threw himself against the president of the UFC, Dana Whiteearlier this week, branding him a “drug dealer” and accusing him of preventing him from exploring options outside the promotion.
But McGregor, who previously teamed with his 155-pound rival, took to social media to suggest that Ferguson look closer to home.
“Tony Ferguson, who changes representation about four times a year, is saying it’s someone else’s fault that he’s in the position he’s in,” the Irishman wrote.
“How many bridges do you burn before you look in the mirror and say, ‘Maybe I’m the problem’? God bless you mate, say a prayer.”
Tony Ferguson, who changes representation around 4 times a year, is saying it’s someone else’s fault he is in the position he is in. How many bridges do you burn before you look yourself in the mirror and say “maybe it’s me that’s the issue”
God bless you pal, I’ll say a prayer.
? Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) May 5, 2022
Ferguson hasn’t fought in almost 12 months since he was outpointed by Beneil Dariush. That defeat followed the failures against the current champion charles oliveira and the contender for the title Justin Gaethjewho also face each other on Saturday.
Ferguson’s last win came against veteran Donald Cerrone in the summer of 2019, seven months before McGregor stopped the same opponent in what was his last successful exit from the octagon. Earlier this week, Chandler had joked about having the “Dana White privilege” by challenging for the title in his second fight in the promotion.
? Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) April 15, 2022