Conor McGregor Makes Bold Claim About Wrestlemania 38: ‘They All Fear Me’

Conor McGregor shared an interesting insight about Wrestlemania 38.

Conor Mcgregor
Conor Mcgregor - Image via @thenotoriousmma Instagram
  • Conor McGregor has a theory as to why he wasn’t included in WWE’s recent Wrestlemania 38
  • The UFC superstar made a bold Stone Cold Steve Austin comparison

WWE pulled off a huge event this past weekend with its Wrestlemania 38. Apparently, it turned out to be a success as famous personalities from other sports such as Conor McGregor was taking about it on social media. In fact, the UFC superstar spoke candidly about why he thinks the WWE did not invite him over to appear on the event.

The entire WWE fears “The Notorious”?

Without adding context or anything, McGregor all of a sudden tweeted that the reason why he wasn’t at Wrestlemania 38 was that the entire WWE roster is scared of him.

“Why wasn’t I at Wrestlemania? They all fear me, that’s why,” McGregor wrote on Twitter on Sunday.

“Arms like Stone Cold”

McGregor seemed to be chilling and tuned in on Wrestlemania 38 all weekend. Before talking about his absence in the event, the Irish MMA superstar also shared his thoughts on Stone Cold Steve Austin’s iconic beer drinking celebration.

According to “Mysic Mac,” his arms were like that of Stone Cold, probably referring to his now bulked-up physique.

“Me at the Black Forge Inn! Arms like Stone Cold, leave a motherf—er Stone cold. Catch cans not feelings,” he tweeted.

McGregor’s flamboyant character seemingly fits in on what the WWE does but for some reason, he has never made a WWE appearance ever. Instead, “The Notorious” even had a short stint of back and forth with the company, which he previously reckoned as “beef.”

Among the most notable moments of Wrestlemania 38 was the highly-anticipated WWE debut of Logan Paul. The YouTuber-turned-pro boxer did not look out of place in his maiden in-ring appearance. In fact, Paul and his tag-team partner, The Miz even walked away with the W against the Mysterio brothers.

Apart from Paul’s debut, another talked-about match was Ronda Rousey’s return in the squared circle. Unfortunately, “Rowdy” failed to dethrone Charlotte Flair, who retained her SmackDown women’s title via a controversial win.

Published on April 4, 2022 at 10:14 am
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