Tony Ferguson Claps Back At Conor McGregor & Nate Diaz For Criticism On UFC 223 Withdrawal

The worst news broke on Sunday night, the highly anticipated match between Tony Ferguson and undefeated Khabib Nurmagomedov for a lightweight title fight at UFC 223 on Saturday, April 7, in Brooklyn is off the table now. As Ferguson suffered a torn LCL that pulls him out of UFC 223 card.

UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway stepped in on six days notice to fight Khabib and will move up in weight meet 155-pound limit, many claims this was the cursed fight in MMA history.

News of this fight’s latest cancellation generated some interesting reactions from the MMA community, as top fighters like Nate Diaz and Conor Mcgregor reacted.

The Dublin native tweeted on Monday night: “These fools pull out more times than I do with my d***.”

After catching wind of the criticism, Tony Ferguson responded via social media and fires back at Conor Mcgregor:

.Can’t Pull Out If You Never Fight McNuggets- Stay In Your Lane McDucker, Good Job “Staying Ready”™️

UFC president Dana White has revealed that offering a fight to Conor McGregor as a replacement fighter for a lightweight title bout at UFC 223, wasn’t an option. Promotion needs more time to properly promote a fighter like him as his inactivity from Octagon is more than 500 days.

As Nate Diaz also sends a mocking message to Ferguson on his UFC 223 fall out. Now Ferguson also has some words to say to Stockton slugger:

Max Holloway and Khabib Nurmagomedov will fight for the undisputed lightweight belt as per Dana White, so Mcgregor and Ferguson will officially be stripped of their belts on April 7 fight night.

As for Conor Mcgregor, White said he will fight at the end of this year, so Mcgregor likely to face the winner of this Saturday’s title fight. Meanwhile, Nate Diaz has interest in Mcgregor 3, so he has to wait little longer for that.

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