Conor McGregor Crossed A Line At Bellator Dublin Event
Notwithstanding not really contending in a genuine MMA challenge so far in 2017, Conor McGregor has made a wide range of the wrong features this year, in any case. DJ Hustle
To start with, his choice to allude to Floyd Mayweather as “kid” caused a prejudice backfire that was likely minimal more than an appalling selection of words taken outside of any relevant connection to the issue at hand by others. At that point, weeks prior he was gotten on camera over and again utilizing a homophobic slur, something that should be wiped out not simply by Conor but rather by the disturbing number of contenders who utilize the expression to affront matches apparently out of propensity.
On Friday night in Dublin, in any case, there were no disclaimers and no extra warriors to share the fault when McGregor stole the features from an alternate MMA promotion altogether.
McGregor was at Bellator 187 in Dublin to watch his friend Charlie Ward take on John Redmond.
Ward thumped out Redmond in the last seconds of the first round, before McGregor hopped into the pen to participate in the festivals.
This reasonable break of principles and controls naturally got under the skin of Marc Goddard, the official for the battle that had quite recently finished up.