Conor McGregor Leaks ‘Naughty’ Jolie Poirier Video

Conor McGregor has tweeted a video allegedly proving that Dustin Poirier’s wife Jolie Poirier tried to slide into his DM’s on Instagram.



Dustin first tweeted, “Your trash talk is as thin as your hair these days! See ya soon champ champ.”

Conor responded, “Your wife wants to see the hair around my dick and balls bro. See what that’s like. It’s real the message request mate, no trash talk. Man to man, it’s fucked up! I seen your interview with Mike you think it was fake. It’s not. Have a think on it in the sauna anyway.” He also posted a video proving Poirier’s wife tried to message him.

UFC President Dana White had made the highly anticipated trilogy fight between Dustin Poirier and Conor McGregor at the biggest pay-per-view of the year, UFC 264. The bout is set to headline the pay-per-view. It turns out, he had made a backup for the main event. Rafel dos Anos is the rumored name. Conor McGregor tweeted, “Put dos anjos in at the same time.” Rafel responded by accusing Conor of a drunken meltdown, “Alcoholic hallucinosis from drinking cheap whiskey until 3:39am.” Conor McGregor vs. Dustin Poirier Early PPV Buys Leak

Dana White reveals he had backup ready

During a recent interview with Oscar Willis of TheMacLife, White spoke about variety of topics. At one point he was asked “if there was ever a talk” for the backup of the pay-per-view main event. Here is what White revealed:

“Yeah, we are always looking for a backup for the fight. We do have a backup for this fight.”

The huge trilogy fight between McGregor and Poirier is set to go down this weekend at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

UFC star Chris Weidman recently talked to ESPN and shared his thoughts on the fight. He went on to give his prediction for the match:

“After watching their second fight, I’ve gotta go with Poirier. He just mixes it up so much better than Conor, and you could see in January that Conor just didn’t have that same energy we are used to seeing him have. That excitement. That fire. He’s always had that, where he just walks in the cage and is like, “This is my cage.” You didn’t see that in him last time. So, until Conor can prove me wrong, I’ve gotta go with Poirier.”

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