Conor McGregor threatens Michael Bisping following comments made about the Irishman’s role in Road House: ‘I’ll cave your head in’

Conor McGregorConor McGregor has fired back at Michael Bisping after the former middleweight champion threw shade on the Irishman’s acting career. Conor McGregor has ventured into different avenues since being side-lined from the devastating injury he suffered at UFC 264. Most recently the former two-division champion has undertaken a career in acting by joining Jake Gyllenhaal […]

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Conor McGregor has fired back at Michael Bisping after the former middleweight champion threw shade on the Irishman’s acting career.

Conor McGregor has ventured into different avenues since being side-lined from the devastating injury he suffered at UFC 264. Most recently the former two-division champion has undertaken a career in acting by joining Jake Gyllenhaal in the remake of Road House.

As can be expected of McGregor, he was quick to lay claim that he is the best fighter to transition into the world of TV despite this being set to be his first appearance in a film.

In a since-deleted tweet, McGregor stated that he is the ‘Mac Daddy’ of acting and now other fighters aiming to enter the entertainment world are simply trying to follow in his footsteps.

“All these little twerps wanna be actors now,” Conor McGregor stated.

“Little twerps, There’s Only One Mac Daddy. Bad to the bone but with a good heart. Action with Jake [Gyllenhaal] or Rom com with Sarah Jessica [Parker].

“Bisping, member that show you were in. Ye me neither.”

Having seen what McGregor claimed, Bisping was quick to respond in what he says was a light-hearted manner to the ‘Notorious’ comments over on his YouTube channel via the ‘Believe You Me’ podcast.

“He’s all excited, he’s had his first beer and he’s doing a big show with Jake Gyllenhaal, god bless him. Good for f***ing you. Well done. Why have you gotta throw shade my way? I don’t get it,” Bisping said.

“Just make sure you’ve got your bodyguards around you the next time you come and wanna talk some s***. You little f***.” (Transcribed by TalkSport)

Conor McGregor raises the stakes in a heated debate with Michael Bisping

Although Bisping said everything he stated in regard to McGregor should be taken in a light-hearted manner it appears the Irishman has done anything but that.  Conor McGregor once again responded in a series of now-deleted tweets threatening Michael Bisping should he continue to mention his name.

“Bisping you’ll do f*** all you little sprinter I’ll cave your head in.”

McGregor added to his initial response through a voice note which has since been deleted.

“Do you want to go to war, man, yeah? Do you want to go to f****** war? We’ll go to war with you, yeah?”

“Security. You little sausage of a thing. I’ll have security set you up … when you’re in Vegas again, pal.

“Keep my name out of your f****** mouth again or any type of threatening behaviour, or I’ll walk through your front door. You little dope.

“[Go] back where you belong you little clown, you little sprinter.” (Transcribed by MMAFighting)

It is extremely likely that these two will cross paths in the future with Bisping firmly cemented as part of the UFC broadcast team and McGregor aiming to return to the octagon in the early stages of 2023. Only then we will be able to see just how serious this feud could become.

What did you make of Conor McGregor’s comments toward Michael Bisping?

Conor McGregor threatens Michael Bisping following comments made about the Irishman’s role in Road House: ‘I’ll cave your head in’

Conor McGregorConor McGregor has fired back at Michael Bisping after the former middleweight champion threw shade on the Irishman’s acting career. Conor McGregor has ventured into different avenues since being side-lined from the devastating injury he suffered at UFC 264. Most recently the former two-division champion has undertaken a career in acting by joining Jake Gyllenhaal […]

Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor has fired back at Michael Bisping after the former middleweight champion threw shade on the Irishman’s acting career.

Conor McGregor has ventured into different avenues since being side-lined from the devastating injury he suffered at UFC 264. Most recently the former two-division champion has undertaken a career in acting by joining Jake Gyllenhaal in the remake of Road House.

As can be expected of McGregor, he was quick to lay claim that he is the best fighter to transition into the world of TV despite this being set to be his first appearance in a film.

In a since-deleted tweet, McGregor stated that he is the ‘Mac Daddy’ of acting and now other fighters aiming to enter the entertainment world are simply trying to follow in his footsteps.

“All these little twerps wanna be actors now,” Conor McGregor stated.

“Little twerps, There’s Only One Mac Daddy. Bad to the bone but with a good heart. Action with Jake [Gyllenhaal] or Rom com with Sarah Jessica [Parker].

“Bisping, member that show you were in. Ye me neither.”

Having seen what McGregor claimed, Bisping was quick to respond in what he says was a light-hearted manner to the ‘Notorious’ comments over on his YouTube channel via the ‘Believe You Me’ podcast.

“He’s all excited, he’s had his first beer and he’s doing a big show with Jake Gyllenhaal, god bless him. Good for f***ing you. Well done. Why have you gotta throw shade my way? I don’t get it,” Bisping said.

“Just make sure you’ve got your bodyguards around you the next time you come and wanna talk some s***. You little f***.” (Transcribed by TalkSport)

Conor McGregor raises the stakes in a heated debate with Michael Bisping

Although Bisping said everything he stated in regard to McGregor should be taken in a light-hearted manner it appears the Irishman has done anything but that.  Conor McGregor once again responded in a series of now-deleted tweets threatening Michael Bisping should he continue to mention his name.

“Bisping you’ll do f*** all you little sprinter I’ll cave your head in.”

McGregor added to his initial response through a voice note which has since been deleted.

“Do you want to go to war, man, yeah? Do you want to go to f****** war? We’ll go to war with you, yeah?”

“Security. You little sausage of a thing. I’ll have security set you up … when you’re in Vegas again, pal.

“Keep my name out of your f****** mouth again or any type of threatening behaviour, or I’ll walk through your front door. You little dope.

“[Go] back where you belong you little clown, you little sprinter.” (Transcribed by MMAFighting)

It is extremely likely that these two will cross paths in the future with Bisping firmly cemented as part of the UFC broadcast team and McGregor aiming to return to the octagon in the early stages of 2023. Only then we will be able to see just how serious this feud could become.

What did you make of Conor McGregor’s comments toward Michael Bisping?

McGregor Erupts On ‘S—t Fighter, S—t Actor’ Bisping

Not many people were likely expecting to hop on Twitter on a Friday night to see beef between Conor McGregor and Michael Bisping, yet here we are. Bisping and McGregor have a bit of a history with one another, initially stemming from a movie role that …

Not many people were likely expecting to hop on Twitter on a Friday night to see beef between Conor McGregor and Michael Bisping, yet here we are. Bisping and McGregor have a bit of a history with one another, initially stemming from a movie role that the Englishman allegedly stole from the Irishman, playing Hawk…

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Jose Aldo says Conor McGregor drunk called him one night from his private jet before their fight

Jose AldoJose Aldo shared a hilarious story about Cono McGregor drunk calling him from his private jet.  The matchup between Aldo and McGrgeor was absolutely legendary. McGregor was at his peak of his hype, and the trash talk between the two was endless and hilarious. Aldo on the other hand, was the most dominant fighter at […]

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Jose Aldo shared a hilarious story about Cono McGregor drunk calling him from his private jet. 

The matchup between Aldo and McGrgeor was absolutely legendary. McGregor was at his peak of his hype, and the trash talk between the two was endless and hilarious. Aldo on the other hand, was the most dominant fighter at the time, and considered to be the best pound for pound fighter in the world. 

McGregor cemented his legacy in the UFC by knocking out Aldo, just seconds into the bout. McGregor was able to catch Aldo while he was advancing in and knocked him out for the first time in his career. 

To many fans and even current champion Alexander Volkanovski, Aldo is the featherweight GOAT. It is unfortunate that we never got to see Aldo and McGregor go toe to toe after McGregor ended the first fight in such quick and devastating fashion. That knockout is one of the greatest moments in the sport’s short history, and spiked the UFC and McGregor’s popularity very quickly. 

Jose Aldo revealed that he is actually pretty friendly with McGregor and doesn’t mind the trash talking he does. 

“It was funny because the guy drinks a lot. He drinks a lot. Fu*k yeah, he probably even likes to drink gasoline,” Aldo said. “Bro, he would call our private jet completely drunk, just talking shit. Fu*k, it was so funny. He’s a good person. Because he does understand the other side. He understands the other person. But he’s a guy with vision.” (Transcribed by Brobible)

Aldo lost his last fight against Merab Dvalishvili, and it looks as if the former featherweight champion may be retiring. He came up short on his recent run back into title contention, but his legacy will live on forever.

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Video – UFC star Conor McGregor features in advert for cryptocurrency traders XTB

Conor McGregorFormer two-division UFC champion, Conor McGregor displayed his acting chops as part of a short, 1 minute video for Poland-based cryptocurrency trading brokers, XTB – with the view of becoming an investor.  McGregor, a former undisputed lightweight and featherweight champion under the UFC banner, is currently in the Dominican Republic where he is filming for […]

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Former two-division UFC champion, Conor McGregor displayed his acting chops as part of a short, 1 minute video for Poland-based cryptocurrency trading brokers, XTB – with the view of becoming an investor. 

McGregor, a former undisputed lightweight and featherweight champion under the UFC banner, is currently in the Dominican Republic where he is filming for the upcoming remake of Roadhouse – starring in a lead role alongside Hollywood star, Jake Gyllenhaal. 

The 34-year-old has been sidelined from active professional mixed martial arts competition since July of last year at UFC 264, suffering his second consecutive loss in the sport for the first time in his career.

Featuring in a trilogy rubber match against former interim lightweight champion, Dustin Poirier, McGregor fractured his left tibia and fibula in the opening round, resulting in a doctor’s stoppage TKO loss. 

Becoming a global brand ambassador for XTB, Conor McGregor and other actors filmed a minute-long video in a Dublin barbershop, with the full feature posted on the broker’s official YouTube channel

Without a victory since January 2020, McGregor’s most recent win came in the form of a first round knockout win over Donald Cerrone, whom he stopped with a 40-second high kick and strikes finish at the welterweight limit. 

Conor McGregor is expected to make his MMA return in the early months of 2023

Expected to make his Octagon return in the early stages of 2023, Conor McGregor has been linked with potential fights against Michael Chandler, Jorge Masvidal, and Charles Oliveira to name a few, however, at the time of publication, is yet to book his next fight.

McGregor has also recently been linked with a professional and exhibition boxing match against former multiple-weight world boxing champion, Floyd Mayweather next year, with the Grand Rapids native claiming discussions are approaching the final hurdle for a rematch between the two in 2023. 

Conor McGregor challenges social media star Hasbulla to sparring match: ‘A friendly affair, I swear’

Conor McGregorFormer two-weight UFC champion, Conor McGregor has once more hit out at Russian social media star, Hasbulla, offering to spar the teenager in a “friendly affair”. McGregor, a former undisputed lightweight and featherweight titleholder, has been sidelined from active competition since July of last year, headlining UFC 264. The 34-year-old suffered his second consecutive defeat […]

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Former two-weight UFC champion, Conor McGregor has once more hit out at Russian social media star, Hasbulla, offering to spar the teenager in a “friendly affair”.

McGregor, a former undisputed lightweight and featherweight titleholder, has been sidelined from active competition since July of last year, headlining UFC 264.

The 34-year-old suffered his second consecutive defeat at the event, dropping a first round doctor’s stoppage loss to former interim champion, Dustin Poirier, fracturing his left tibia and fibula in the process.

The loss followed a prior knockout defeat to Poirier in January of last year, with the Crumlin native suffering his first strikes finish loss in his professional mixed martial arts career.

Expected to make his awaited Octagon return next year, Conor McGregor has been linked with a slew of potential opponents for his return fight, including the likes of Tony Ferguson, Michael Chandler, Jorge Masvidal, and former undisputed lightweight champion, Charles Oliveira. 

Conor McGregor welcomes a sparring match with Hasbulla

However, in his time away from the sport, McGregor has poked continued fun at Russian social media standout, Hasbulla, previously labelling the teenager a “gimp” and claiming he would like to kick him over a goalpost.

In his latest tirade aimed at the popular, Hasbulla, McGregor has urged the UFC to set up a sparring match between himself and the former, promising a “friendly affair”.

“Let me spar Hasbulla, UFC,” Conor McGregor tweeted before deleting the post. “Big gloves, a friendly spar. I swear.” 

The former two-weight UFC champion is currently in the Dominican Republic and is set to feature in a leading role ahead of the upcoming Roadhouse remake, featuring alongside Jake Gyllenhaal. 

In his most recent professional victor, McGregor defeated former UFC lightweight title chaser, the retired Donald Cerrone at UFC 246 in January 2020 with a 40-second high-kick and strikes knockout.