Conor Mcgregor Fired A Shot At TJ Dillashaw
Yesterday morning news broke that TJ Dillashaw popped by United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) and New York State Athletic Commission (NSAC), after an ‘adverse finding’ in his one of the most recent in a competition drug test. As a result, TJ surrendered his UFC bantamweight title. Commission punished him for one year of suspension and docking him $10,000 for the violation.
Dillashaw’s formal rival Cody Garbrandt and Henry Cejudo also speak out on his drug test controversy.
‘No Love’ previously accused Dillashaw of using a PEDs before their fight at UFC 217 back in 2017. Cody said TJ is on everything and he showed everyone on Team Alpha how to use it.
Back in 2015, Conor Mcgregor who coached opposite Urijah Faber for a season of UFC’s reality show The Ultimate Fighter warns Faber for bringing in the ‘short ass’ Dillashaw to the team alpha male (TAM) insists TJ will stab you in the back. We can assume Mcgregor’s recent tweet referring to that as Irishman once again called TJ Dillashaw a ‘little snake.’
Watch this video to see it yourself:
”I called that little snake way back,” McGregor wrote on Twitter. “I’m the new St. Patrick.”
I called that little snake way back.
I’m the new St. Patrick.
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) March 21, 2019
However, Dillashaw did cause a massive rift in his former training camp Team Alpha Male and left to Colorado to join Elevation Fight Team. Cody Garbrandt also said Dillashaw was ‘Cancer’ to our camp, but he suffered two straight losses from the hands of TJ.
“I don’t mind whoopin’ T.J.’s ass,” Garbrandt said. “He was cancer to our team and having what he tried to do – destroy it – to make that s**t personal too. I’ll spare everybody 60 bucks to buy the pay-per-view and put out the video of me knocking his ass out when I was 1-0. 1-0. He wasn’t saying that he made me cry in practice. That motherf**ker never made me cry. I wasn’t the one looking at the ceiling, being on my back looking at the ceiling, knocked out. So he’s just trying to do anything – the guy’s a horrible trash talker. Horrible.”(h/t MMAFighting)
Mcgregor, meanwhile, is on a business trip to promote his Proper No. 12 Irish Whiskey. Two weeks ago he was arrested on two felony charges for stomping on fan’s cell phone outside Miami beach hotel, and later he was bailed out after paying $12,500. Currently, he’s in negotiation with the UFC for a summer return.