Former two-division champion Conor McGregor was not proud of Nate Diaz proclaiming that Max Holloway was “robbed” at UFC 251.
Holloway squared off with Alex Volkanovski in final night time’s co-headliner, serving as a rematch from their preliminary confrontation at UFC 245.
‘Blessed’ appeared to seemingly dominate the opening two rounds, this earlier than ‘The Nice’ began to make issues fascinating in spherical three. Rounds 4 and 5 went the way in which of Volkanovski, but it surely appeared to many that the Hawaiian had probably performed sufficient to recapture his title.
Sadly for Max Holloway he wound up on the fallacious finish of a split-decision final night time and thus Alex Volkanovski retained his featherweight title.
Nate Diaz, a very long time fried of Holloway’s, took to Twitter earlier in the present day the place he proclaimed that ‘Blessed’ had been robbed by the judges.
These feedback didn’t sit nicely with Conor McGregor, who rapidly lashed out on the Stockton native.
“Shut your bitchass up” – McGregor wrote however then deleted on Twitter (see under).
Conor McGregor was apparently enjoying tweet and delete whereas responding to Nate Diaz earlier pic.twitter.com/xnSDb8LWAl
— Chris Taylor (@CTaylor_96) July 13, 2020
Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz have had a longstanding rivalry. The pair first met in a welterweight bout again at UFC 196, with Diaz rising victorious by the use of submission.
Of their second encounter at UFC 202, the Irishman would actual is revenge by incomes a majority resolution victory.
Since their controversial second battle, each Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz have flirted with the thought of a trilogy bout to lastly settle the rating.
Nevertheless, McGregor just lately introduced his retirement from blended martial arts, so it is going to be fascinating to see if a 3rd contest with ‘The Stockton Slugger’ is sufficient to lure him out of retirement.
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This text first appeared on BJPENN.com on July 12, 2020