Conor McGregor Accused Of Bribery With Jail

Conor McGregor duked it out against Dustin Poirier in the main event of UFC 264 back in July last year. With expectations off the roof, fans simply could not tell who was going to be the winner of the fight. Conor would go on to fracture his ankle at the end of the first round. Due to this, Dustin Poirier won via TKO and McGregor was not happy with the result at all. Conor McGregor also previously admitted to cheating in the fight. 



Conor McGregor is known to go after people whenever he feels like it and it seems The Notorious did that once again in a series of tweets, as he took aim at Daniel Cormier and deleted the tweets afterwards. Conor McGregor recently took a shot at Daniel Cormier’s weight and then work ethic and accused Cormier of commentating on his UFC 264 fight with Daniel Cormier while being inebriated.

Conor McGregor has been on Twitter beefing with many people.  this holiday season. ‘The Notorious’ star has gained a reputation for fiercely responding to nudges on the social media platform and then deleting some of his more provocative posts.

In the latest of his inflammatory posts, however, ‘The Notorious’ kept his reply short. A user mentioned the arrests of the Irishman, accusing him of buying his way out of various charges. He simply denied it.

“That’s rich coming from you, hahaha. You’re squeaky clean, eh? Bought your way out of various charges that were brought against you. [You] intimidated and struck fear into others so they wouldn’t proceed [those charges against you], etc. Some piece of work you are. If you hadn’t all that money, you’d be in jail right now.”

Conor McGregor replied with the following:

“Paid nothin’ #kingdingaling”

Conor McGregor's reply to @King_aling [Image courtesy: @TheNotoriousMMA Twitter]

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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