‘Disgraceful’- Conor McGregor Trashes Daniel Cormier for Getting Drunk before Commentating on His Trilogy with Dustin Poirier at UFC 264

Published 08/12/2021, 7:39 AM EDT
ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – JANUARY 22: Conor McGregor of Ireland arrives prior to the UFC 257 weigh-in at Etihad Arena on UFC Fight Island on January 22, 2021 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC)


Conor McGregor seems relentless in his latest online feud with Daniel Cormier, once again lashing out at the former double champ in a series of tweets. This time Conor’s problem isn’t with Cormier’s supposedly biased commentary. Instead, the Irishman is now questioning DC’s professionalism as an analyst and reporter.

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Conor’s tweet alludes to Daniel Cormier’s media appearance after the weigh-in show, where DC revealed he’d consumed a few beers with co-host Laura Sanko as a part of the event.

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Apart from attempting to discredit Cormier’s dedication and professionalism, Conor McGregor went a step ahead. Besides attacking the retired veteran for being overweight, McGregor then went onto congratulate Jon Jones for his head-kick knockout win against Cormier. However, Daniel Cormier is yet to respond to the same.

Also, as ‘The Notorious’ is out, he may not cross paths with ‘DC’ in a UFC arena.

What’s next for Conor McGregor? 

Having suffered from a terrible leg injury in his recent fight against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264, the Irishman is looking at a lengthy recovery, after which he can begin working towards making a comeback.  

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Although ‘The Notorious’ has clarified that he wants the fourth fight with Dustin Poirier, many would argue that won’t be the best decision for a comeback fight. What Conor requires is a tune-up fight, a fight to test the waters before jumping straight back in. 

LAS VEGAS, NV – AUGUST 20: Conor McGregor (L) hits Nate Diaz with a left during their welterweight rematch at the UFC 202 event at T-Mobile Arena on August 20, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Steve Marcus/Getty Images)

On the other hand, the trilogy match with fan-favorite Nate Diaz seems to be a solid option for the Irishman’s return. It was a feud that captivated MMA fans around the world, and now, Diaz vs McGregor is a rivalry that needs to be put to bed.  

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What do you think? What’s next for Conor McGregor? Let us know in the comments. 

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