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UFC Star Conor McGregor Calls Brock Lesnar and ‘Most’ of the WWE ‘Pu**ies’

During a recent media call to promote his upcoming UFC 202 bout against Nate Diaz on August 20th, UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor went off on the WWE when asked if he would consider a future career in the industry:

“For the most part, those WWE guys are pussies. They’re messed up pussies if you ask me.” 

Former WWE stars are slowly building a tendency to jump into the Octagon, as former WWE Champions Brock Lesnar and CM Punk now actively compete for the mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion. In regards to Lesnar, McGregor stated, “at the end of the day he’s juiced up to the eyeballs…so how can I respect that?”

McGregor did, however, say that he is not too sure about Punk who has not yet made his Octagon debut:

“The other guy, he hasn’t fought yet so I don’t know about him.”

McGregor did note, however, that he does not have issues with the the McMahons, Triple H or The Rock.

  • Mister Who

    Well i think Connor is right about WWE and we all know what PG means

  • TheFizPop

    I don’t think they have either the warmth or depth personally. Judging by his missus, i’d imagine he prefers messed up blown out cat flap pu$$!es

  • Hunter_13

    its just McGregor being McGregor, nothing new there..

  • D2K

    Well they can’t fight because of weight-classes. McGregor would have to roid up himself to get to Brock’s size.

    Mr. Brooks could fight him though. You see how he tip-toed around that part.

  • Billy

    It’s not like Conor could say it to Brock’s face since he’s 6’3 while Conor can barely make amusement park rides height limit. Brock would’ve kill him even when he had diverticulitis and was 100% clean.

  • JC Bolden

    Easy to call Brock out when he knows most likely now a fight can’t happen for at least 2 years

  • D2K

    SIlly comments from a silly man.

  • CC

    Whats funny about his comments is, as “real” as MMA is, most MMA fighters could not hack a WWE schedule.

  • pitfallharry219

    I wouldn’t call two former WWE wrestlers joining UFC a “tendency”.