Bring me in on this for real.
"That's a little thing that's in my head".
The SBG coach also confirmed that Nate Diaz would be in his opinion the next fight for Conor McGregor to take at 155lbs.
After a TKO of Eddie Alvarez in the second-round of his Saturday night UFC 205 fight to win the Lightweight Championship (and combine it with his Featherweight Championship to become the first simultaneous two-division champ in the history of the UFC) Conor McGregor chose to swing his nuts around and claim that he won't fight again unless he's given shares of the company. "I'm aware of my worth and now I've got a family", he said. "I'd just like to take this time to apologize....to absolutely nobody!" he said.
WWE's executive vice president of talent has revealed that he would be open to welcoming UFC star Conor McGregor into the world of sports entertainment should he be interested in making the switch.
It is thought the two-belt champion is to take a break from the sport while he and his partner Dee Devlin expect their first child. If I'm the one that's bringing this, they've got to come talk to me now. However, he did so during the second round as after how McGregor almost broke his jaw, Alvarez continued to fight but the hint of desperation was already there as the later knew he was already losing.
McGregor alluded to the new ownership of UFC and the reported $4 billion price tag that came along with it. "I need to be set for life for this".
"I'm not in a hurry no more", he said. "If you want me to be truly in on this then I need to be all-in on this as owner". UFC 205 was a monumental event per MMA Fighting, Dana White reveals that the event was the most successful in the company's history: "Sitting here tonight we broke every record in UFC history tonight", he said in the post-fight press conference. Conor McGregor coming for all the falsely-awarded #1 Dad coffee mugs in the world would make for a pretty great video.
"I've earned something. where's my share?"
"I've earned something. I've earned, I mean, who owns the company now?"