MMA’s biggest star Conor McGregor is sick and tired of the UFC crediting fighters with erroneous record-setting performances, or so he says.
According to McGregor, Adesanya, who captured the interim middleweight title last weekend in a brutal war with Kelvin Gastelum, falsely holds a UFC knockdown record that he earned at UFC 236. The UFC sent a tweet out stating that Adesanya’s four knockdowns of Gastelum are tied for third-most in a single fight.
“Israel Adesanya’s (@Stylebender) knockdowns tonight are tied for 3rd most by a fighter in a single @UFC fight, behind Forrest Petz and Jeremy Stephens each connecting with five in a fight. #UFC236” – UFC on Twitter
Israel Adesanya’s (@Stylebender) 4⃣ knockdowns tonight are tied for 3rd most by a fighter in a single @UFC fight, behind Forrest Petz and Jeremy Stephens each connecting with five in a fight. #UFC236 pic.twitter.com/lwiv14WFOq
— UFC News (@UFCNews) April 14, 2019
Facts are facts, but “The Notorious” had something to say about it while responding to a fan on Twitter.
First, McGregor questioned what the UFC had done. Then, he demanded the promotion send him a ‘plaque,’ even if it a digital one.
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) April 17, 2019
What do you think? Did McGregor land five knockdowns on Eddie Alvarez? And if so should the UFC send him his digital plaque?
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