It has been a massive 12 months in the life of Conor McGregor, but his ever-increasing status has seemingly not affected him.
His vocality outside of the Octagon, ability to rattle opponents, bold suits, and nice cars would suggest otherwise, but a post from ‘The Notorious’ Dubliner in 2011 confirms he has always had his trademark confidence, and gift of the gab.
As reported by Buzz.ie, McGregor headed online to respond to being called out by fellow Irish fighter Conor Dillon, and his message is just vintage McGregor.
3 years ago today I made history by becoming a two-weight World Champion in MMA. I’ve been making history ever since.
McGregor reportedly posted to Boards.ie:
Dont worry folks i reply to any call out even if it is against a little white guy who thinks he is a big black guy,,,,
Conor Dillon that broken foot was the best thing that ever happened to you that night and you know it
You left that ring lookin like your hero snoop dogg, black and blueAdvertisement
Walkin around with a death row records chain around your neck you bum your a five foot nothing pastey white kerry bum you remind me of that donkey Chris ”Menace to absolutly f@@king nothing” Stringer with his bandana on you guys should fight,, winner takes the losers 2pac posters
Im after the real gold a belt that no irish man has ever won and dont say paul mcveigh has won it he is as scottish as the loch ness monster
On another note vote for me for fighter of the year how can you not the busiest fighter this year 4 second ko’s ,16 second ko’s, broken orbital bones, broken jaws, broken noses, fighters retired,, 100 per cent knockout
ratio what other guy in the country is doing this
EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM ARE RUNNING SCARED
EVERY SINGLE ONE!!!!
August 2012!! After winning my first World Title for Cage Warriors. What a difference a productive year can make. The journey has only begunAdvertisement
It would appear that nothing about McGregor’s approach to MMA has changed but the size of the cheques he banks, and the number of cameras pointed in his direction in the build up to a fight.
And with results like last Saturday night where he became the UFC’s first ever two-division champion, it’s hard to argue that early confidence was ever misplaced.