Conor McGregor Calls For Rematch Following Submission Loss To Khabib
Conor McGregor Calls For Rematch Following Submission Loss To Khabib: After his misfortune to Khabib Nurmagomedov and the following fight, Conor McGregor was mysteriously gone in the press room. Rather UFC president Dana White went about as his mouthpiece, saying Conor didn’t appear to be wasted time with thumps he took post-battle. White assumes Conor McGregor is just worried about the misfortune on his record, the second just in his UFC profession – the main dropping by method for Nate Diaz in his Welterweight make a big appearance.
“He couldn’t have cared less about the battle after. He was more worried about the battle,” White clarified in the post-battle question and answer session. “He said ‘listen man, I’m vexed. I don’t care the slightest bit about any of that, we don’t care for one another.’”
Not long after the public interview, added his voice to the record, in a Twitter post saluting Khabib’s in-ring work, after which he inarguably requires a rematch, likewise to the manner in which he dealt with his first misfortune against Nate Diaz at UFC 196.
Good knock. Looking forward to the rematch.
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) October 7, 2018
He offered even more reassurance to his fan in the form of a second social media post, the second as felicitous as the first. “I’ll be back,” he proclaimed. You can’t dampen the Irishman’s “fighting” spirit for too long it seems.