Conor McGregor Blasts USADA and “Steroid User” Nate Diaz, Nate Responds

Conor McGregor took to social media to throw shots at USADA who no longer rewards clean athletes, as well as Nate Diaz, who he believes is a cheater.

Conor Mcgregor via Instagram @thenotoriousmma
Conor Mcgregor via Instagram @thenotoriousmma

Conor McGregor wants his respect in the world of MMA for his clean competition and not being a steroid cheat. Consequently, McGregor took to social media to take shots at USADA, as well as fighters such as Nate Diaz, who, in his opinion, have gotten away with cheating.

Conor is always vocal on social media. However, he’s particularly increased his involvement on social media platforms after a private charity donation issue with Dustin Poirier became public.

McGregor Sends Shot at USADA

Recently on Twitter, Conor took issue with USADA and their stoppage of making the results of clean fighters public to the fans. 

“Wow come the public isn’t told about positive tests anymore? How after the Nate Diaz steroid debacle, where he produced his own nutrition companies tainted multivitamin, was instantly cleared prior to a mega-money fight, are we now in the dark on test results?,” wrote McGregor to current Senior Vice President of Athlete Health and Performance for the UFC Jeff Novitzky.

Aiming at Nate Diaz

Subsequently, he took shots at former opponent Nate Diaz. The UFC’s “BMF” title was in jeopardy after Nate failed a drug test issued by USADA. However, Diaz’s name has been cleared upon the discovery of an all-natural vegan supplement. Nevertheless, McGregor believes that Nate was still granted the mega-money fight. Although he doesn’t think he deserved it.

“Everybody’s on steroids, – steroid user Nathan Diaz,” typed Conor.

“Well anyways thanks for clearing that up for me Jeff, the silence makes perfect sense. Also, where is my USADA over 50 clean tests completed jacket I see everyone else get? I want to wipe my a** with it,” finished Conor. 

Nate Diaz Responds

so I brought mgregor fast to life for you and u didn’t use it against mayweather kabob or dP ur supposed to learn and grow in this game grasshopper not keep fucking up the same way like a rookie  

No More Mr. Nice Guy

After losing to Poirier at UFC 257, Conor vowed to go back to his old ways en route to their trilogy bout. Furthermore, he promised that his nice-guy persona would be gone and that the gloves would be taken off moving forward.

Perhaps this rant is the tip of the iceberg as McGregor returns to his old brash form. 

Published on April 18, 2021 at 5:00 pm
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