Conor McGregor criticises UFC rivals and alludes to fighting behind closed doors

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Blended combative techniques warrior Conor McGregor has recommended he might want to contend in one of the up and coming UFC away from public scrutiny occasions.

McGregor, 31, was reproachful of individual lightweight warriors in a profane internet based life upheaval on Monday.

He viewed UFC 249 occur without fans in the USA on Saturday from home.

“The fans make the game,” said McGregor. “Be that as it may, it will be my pleasure to show the force I have with zero foundation clamor for them.”

There has been hypothesis about an up and coming McGregor battle after he posted a photo on Instagram with the subtitle: “Remain prepared.”

UFC president Dana White affirmed he addressed McGregor before Saturday’s card in Florida – the principal major game in the United States since March – and talked about the potential outcomes of booking a session.

Previous UFC lightweight victor McGregor was disparaging of different contenders at the weight, and proposed the following battle would be him against American Justin Gaethje, who effectively crushed comrade Tony Ferguson for the interval lightweight title on Saturday.

“It’s me and Justin next as Khabib is the greatest jug warrior in the game. Assurance it,” he included.

Khabib Nurmagomedov is the UFC lightweight boss and vanquished McGregor a year ago, a challenge which was defaced by monstrous post-battle scenes as the Russian scaled the enclosure to battle with McGregor’s group.

Nurmagomedov, 31, was planned to confront 36-year-old Ferguson for the title, however the battle was dropped for a fifth time as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Gaethje came in as a swap to battle Ferguson for the between time title on Saturday, with triumph putting the 31-year-old next to confront Nurmagomedov.

Notwithstanding, McGregor doesn’t accept that battle will happen, making a correspond at the Russian for not appearing at face Ferguson this time.

McGregor wrapped up by saying that once he is done with the lightweight division, he was going to climb to welterweight.

He has understanding of the 170lb division, having contended there multiple times in the UFC – battling Nate Diaz twice at that weight and, all the more as of late, for his rebound triumph over Donald Cerrone.

On the off chance that he won a title at welterweight, he would turn into the primary man to win a world title in three weight divisions in the UFC.

McGregor likewise was searing in his analysis of break champion Gaethje, saying: “Attempt and move around what the genuine danger is here all you need.”

The Dubliner likewise condemned previous adversary Dustin Poirier, who sits above McGregor in the lightweight rankings. “Dustin, albeit game, and in the blend, will be taken care of to the floor once more,” he said.

McGregor recently beat Poirier with a first-round stoppage in 2014 and said Ferguson should battle Poirier next.

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