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Conor McGregor hasn’t fought since his leg injury, but he still takes pleasure in destroying his enemies. For example, he was pleased following the huge knockout received by Kamaru Usman against Leon Edwards. The Nigerian Nightmare took the time to respond cash to the Notorious.
Nobody knows if Conor McGregor will ever return to the octagon, not even him, but what is certain is that he remains a great MMA enthusiast. Always in front of his TV for the big UFC evenings, the Notorious comments, provokes, has fun according to the results of his enemies. When Kamaru Usman lost his belt last month, the Irishman was euphoric.
Usman gonna come out saying he from Pluto after that smack hahah Marty green pants from Pluto 😂
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) August 21, 2022
Usman gonna say he’s from Pluto after that slap hahah Marty Pluto’s green pants 😂
Kamaru Usman disappointed with Conor McGregor
Hilarious in front of the Leon Edwards’ devastating head kick on Kamaru Usman, Conor McGregor was quick to give his opinion. And because he remains one of the biggest names on the planet of combat sports, because fighting him means being rich, athletes always respond to him when he gets carried away. The Nigerian Nightmare is no exception, he spoke on Joe Rogan’s podcast.
He broke his leg, and even when it happened I refused to kick him because he was already at rock bottom. It’s a very serious injury. I almost felt sorry for him. I wanted to send him a message of encouragement to wish him a good recovery and to tell him that he would come back even better. It’s a sport, in the end we remain human. […]
When I saw my daughter crying on the edge of the octagon my heart hurt. I didn’t like seeing that. And there, Conor posted a message on Twitter to lecture me because I had taken my daughter to see my fight. He tweeted some pretty nasty things. I’m going to have the chance to show my daughter that you can get up after falling. Conor McGregor, who has children, totally misses the point with his message.
As a reminder, Conor McGregor explained that he preferred to show up for his fights without his family, unlike Kamaru Usman who participated in UFC 278 with his daughter in the front row. Because he is deeply optimistic, the former champion sees his daughter’s trauma in front of his knockout as a good way to make him understand that we can always get up. The idea is beautiful, but we will have to put it into practice with a victory on his return!
Kamaru Usman is perhaps the best loser in the history of the UFC, he remains very lucid about his defeat against Leon Edwards and he draws great lessons from it. Despite criticism from Conor McGregor, he does not intend to change his approach with his daughter, quite the contrary.