Conor Mcgregor Blasted ‘Worm’ Kelvin Gastelum For Holding A Belt

Conor Mcgregor A Former Two-Division Champion Sounds Off On Kelvin Gastelum, Who Appear To Have Some Skin Issues Lately

Conor Mcgregor blasted top contender Kelvin Gastelum for holding out a belt and proclaiming himself a champion after his fight nixed at the last minute. Gastelum was scheduled to challenge reigning middleweight champion Robert Whitter in the main headliner of UFC 234, but ‘Reaper’ was forced to withdraw from the fight due to hernia issue and UFC also pull out Kelvin from the lineup.

Later UFC promoted the co-main event between former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva and rising contender Israel Adesanya to the main event.

Ahead of the fight event, during media obligations, we all have witnessed that Gastelum’s lower lip showed some weird worm-like growth as well behind his neck. Kelvin confirms to media reporters that he does have a staph infection.

Kelvin Gastelum told reporters in the scrum tonight that he did have some staph infection complications this week, but it wasn’t going to keep him from fighting.

Yesterday Gastelum arrived at UFC 234 PPV event holding out a belt on his shoulder, which happens to belongs to Henry Cejudo and told reporters backstage that he’s a true champion.

He sat cage-side during the fight activities. Israel after scoring a win took aim at Gastelum, later Conor Mcgregor busted Kelvin.

Why is that worm holding the 185lb belt? There are worms crawling on his skin! It was absolutely ludicrous to even consider allowing him to compete. Let alone now walk around the arena shaking our fans hands.
Someone sort this, this instant. And sterilize that belt.

Not only that Colby Covington also took notice of Gastelum’s skin issues.

@KelvinGastelum what’s with that freak on your cheek Kevin?! Take a shower you filthy animal! #OnAMission4MRSA 🤢 #ufc234

What do you think of that worm-like growth on Kelvin Gastelum’s face?

Published on February 10, 2019 at 7:21 am
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