Conor McGregor fractured his ankle at the end of the first round of his UFC 264 fight against Dustin Poirier. Since then McGregor has been on a path of destruction that resulted in McGregor saying a lot of controversial remarks. It seems someone familiar with McGregor had some scathing words for him.
Conor McGregor previously made headlines at MTV’s Video Music Awards after he got involved in a scuffle with Machine Gun Kelly while Megan Fox was still with Kelly. Recently, Conor McGregor was accused of punching Francesco Facchinetti, a celebrity DJ in Rome and breaking his nose in the process.
The DJ then stated that he will be filing a lawsuit against McGregor. McGregor was even called white trash for the incident. It was then revealed that charges were indeed filed against Conor McGregor.
While speaking with The Schmo, Paulie Malignaggi, who previously worked with Conor McGregor, blasted McGregor for his recent actions. Malignaggi stated that Conor McGregor is a bully and has no balls as well.
“Unbelievable! I don’t know why he [Francesco Facchinetti] got hit. No matter how much he disrespected… and I doubt he disrespected him [Conor McGregor] because I heard he was a fan of Conor. But so was the guy who took a picture with Conor and Conor smashed his iPhone, right? So I don’t think it matters with Conor whether the guy is a fan or the guy is a hater. I think Conor just goes off the rails. No, no, I’m going to rephrase that. He doesn’t go off the rails, he knows who he can bully. Because if you’re the type of person who goes off the rails, you go off the rails and sometimes you go off the rails even if it’s at your detriment.
Why were you controlling yourself with me, bro? Because you know you’re gonna get a punch back in the mouth? I mean because with me, you might react, you might even hit me but you’re gonna get hit back a hundred percent… I knew that guy was a punk when I first put eyes on him… A lot of people realize it now, but it didn’t take all this for me to realize that was a punk with no balls…”
Conor McGregor recently buried the hatchet with an old man he punched in a bar a couple of years ago. McGregor is expected to be out of action for a year as he is set on returning as soon as possible. We will have to wait and see whether Conor McGregor will respond to the charges meted out against him.
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