Conor Mcgregor Says ‘He Came Back For The Love Of Fighting To Put A Bad Beating On This Little Glass-Jaw Rat Khabib Nurmagomedov’
Former two-division UFC champion Conor McGregor has made a hell of money in his professional fighting career and will continue to do moving forward. Mcgregor is a rich man after his tenth round TKO loss to boxing legend Floyd Mayweather last August 2017.
McGregor who made lots of records, and awards under his belt. Aside from being a great fighter, he’d undoubtedly make a great stand-up comedian too. Possibly this is the key that opens the door to his successful career and success. Irishman loves making money and spending it on extravagant items like sports cars, clothes and much more. Irishman is not returning to Octagon for the sake of money instead, “Notorious” is returning against lightweight champion Khabib ‘Eagle’ Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 on Oct. 6 for the love of fighting.
“This is called prize fighting,” McGregor said during Thursday’s UFC 229 press conference in New York City. “But thankfully I’m such a crafty individual with my other [business] entities and my entire game as a whole. I don’t have to fight for money no more. Thank the lord Jesus H Christ that I don’t have to fight for money no more.”
Mcgregor also signed a six-fight deal with UFC including his newly released brand Proper Whiskey, would be a sponsor for all of his bouts, and present in the Octagon.
“I do not fight for the prize,” said McGregor, speaking to Nurmagomedov. “I did not begin fighting for the prize, I began fighting because I loved it. That’s why I’m here now, because I love this game. I don’t have to be here, I am set for life. I’m here to enjoy this. I’m going to love putting you out of your misery and stomping on your head.”
“I don’t have to lick no one’s arse for a check like you.”
He shit his jocks after doing something to his countryman that had got nothing to do with anything — that’s it. I came back for the love of fighting and the love of war. And this: I’m going to truly, truly love putting a bad beating on this little glass-jaw rat.”
McGregor will make another massive payday when he throwdown with “Eagle” at UFC 229. Like UFC president Dana White claimed that UFC 229 trending at 2.5 million pay-per-view (PPV) than Irishman will bank the most money he has ever made as UFC fighter.
The highly anticipated bout is in just two weeks on October 6 from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Put your bets on who will beat who?