At UFC 264, Conor McGregor finally faced off against Dustin Poirier in the main event of the show. With expectations off the roof, fans simply could not tell who was going to become the winner of the fight. Conor McGregor would go on to fracture his ankle at the end of the first round and this resulted in Dustin Poirier winning the fight via a TKO. Conor McGregor’s surprising haircut photo also recently leaked.
After the fight, Conor McGregor sent a series of death threats to Dustin Poirier and his family and also had horrible remarks for Dustin Poirier’s wife Jolie Poirier.
UFC official Marc Ratner, a member of the promotion’s Code of Conduct Committee, recently revealed whether Conor McGregor will be punished for all he did after the end of his fight against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264.
“I don’t know if we’re going to have an actual code of conduct meeting, but there’s certainly, with some senior executives including Dana that are very much aware of that, and we certainly, and I certainly don’t condone that kind of talk. There’s no reason for that. Conor was always a very good loser in his own way… and maybe you shouldn’t interview him when he’s on the ground with a broken leg and maybe that comes into play because who knows what he’s going to say, but yeah I think that there’s been conversations with Conor,” Marc Ratner said.
Been wondering whether Conor McGregor will face punishment from UFC for post-fight comments to Dustin Poirier. UFC's Marc Ratner, who sat on code of conduct committee, gave some insight to "In this Corner" on @FiteTV
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