Rory MacDonald Wants Conor McGregor To Change His Bum Life

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UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor has only been with the UFC for three years. That’s a crazy stat when you consider what he’s achieved in that time, and yesterday was actually the three-year anniversary of ‘The Notorious’ fighting Marcus Brimage in his first UFC fight. Now we turn our attention to an awesome Twitter exchange that happened between McGregor and tough welterweight prospect Rory MacDonald.

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McGregor’s recent loss to Nate Diaz has seen him change his approach slightly, he’s outspoken and brash as usual, but he’s being a lot more frank and honest with both his followers and himself. The Irish star took to Twitter last night, using one of his classic slogans, and this resulted in a hilarious exchange with Rory MacDonald and Ben Rothwell chiming in:


So where does the young Canadian MacDonald fit in to all this? Well, as you may know, ‘Ares’ has been toying with the idea of becoming a free agent lately. Clearly unhappy with the terms and payscale of his contract, we’ve seen many cryptic Tweets and replies to other free market players such as Matt Mitrione and Benson Henderson. Both ‘Meathead’ and ‘Smooth’ joined Bellator MMA recently, and MacDonald’s reply to McGregor could be more telling than you think.

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Plus it’s damn funny…

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Here’s what fellow UFC fighters Rory MacDonald and Ben Rothwell said in reply to McGregor’s anniversary Tweet:


Conor McGregor’s plight to make it ‘red panty night’ in the UFC doesn’t only benefit him, as the Irish star continues to bring in remarkable numbers that are helping out other fighters in the meantime. Good for the sport, bad for the sport? What do you think about the Conor McGregor show that, although slightly hindered lately, is clearly still on the road? ‘The Notorious’ returns to action to face Diaz at the head of UFC 200, in an attempt to take back the first UFC ‘L’ that the Stockton slugger handed him.