A lot of people were turned off with the things that Conor McGregor was saying to Dustin Poirier after breaking his leg at UFC 264. However comedian Bill Burr says that things could have been much worse than that. Burr was among the many people who watched McGregor's third fight with Poirier, seeing Conor's lower tibia snap at the end of the first round. He also heard McGregor screaming at Poirier after the fight, bringing up his wife and threatening to kill him. While a lot of people thought that this was crossing the line, the stand up comedian and actor disagrees. Speaking in a recent episode of his podcast, he said that he felt like there were a lot of things that Conor could have said, which would have been worse than bringing up Dustin's wife. "I felt bad for Conor when he was sitting there. I know he was yelling all sorts of f\u2014ked up s\u2014t at Dustin but it was just like ... I don\u2019t know what that\u2019s like," Burr said (h\/t MMA Mania) \u201cI can be a comedian til I keel over, but these guys have a window, and it must feel as great for them as it does for me to do what I do. And I can\u2019t imagine if my whole standup career was over at 32 and what am I going to do? So I think he was kind of in that headspace. And I think he was still trying to sell the next fight. \u201cJesus Christ, \u2018Your wife is in my DMs,\u2019 Jesus. And Dustin saying he\u2019s a dirtbag. They usually say all sorts of crazy s\u2014t and then afterward they\u2019re so nice. This is the only time I can remember where it sounded like pre-fight hype," Burr continued. "I like the people who are going, \u2018He went too far, don\u2019t say things about his wife.\u2019 What are you talking about? They say all sorts of crazy things. \u2018Oh, he said he was going to murder me.\u2019 It\u2019s like pffft. He didn\u2019t say he was going to eat his children. He didn\u2019t say, \u2018I\u2019m going to f\u2014k you until you love me.\u2019 There\u2019s a lot more crazy s\u2014t than that. He\u2019s selling the fight and he\u2019s Conor McGregor and if you fight him you make\u2014\u201d https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CRMBkz2LEme\/ Bill Burr Was Rooting For Conor McGregor In addition to his thoughts on the trash talk, Bill Burr also shared his thoughts on the fight itself. Like most fans, he was quite disappointed that it ended the way that it did, without a clear winner being determined. He said that he was rooting for Conor McGregor to win this fight, and was sad to see him go out the way he did. Despite many people feeling like the outcome was a sure thing, he wanted to see the rest of the fight play out. \u201cIt sucks the way it ended. I was rooting for Conor McGregor. I hate when an older \u2014 he\u2019s only 32 \u2014 but when an older great fighter loses, I hate that thing where all these people on Twitter who haven\u2019t had a fight since junior high like me start \u2018Nyeah, you got your f\u2014king ass kicked\u2019 or something like that," Burr said. \u201cCertain people, certain announcers, they enjoy when the champ gets knocked off their throne because a lot of people can\u2019t handle how bad ass \u2014 and that\u2019s the most bad ass thing ever, man or woman, to walk into an arena to fight, and to come out victorious? I don\u2019t care what anyone in the crowd did, nobody is cooler than that. You gotta go to someone who\u2019s a war hero to beat that. \u201cI wanted to see that second round to see what would have happened,\u201d Burr continued. \u201cEverybody seems to know what was going to happen, whatever. But \u2018Oh Conor was coming back\u2019 or \u2018Dustin would have knocked him out.\u2019 We don\u2019t know now." https:\/\/youtu.be\/K40UGaCF2AI What do you think of these comments from Bill Burr? Did Conor McGregor's trash talk cross the line?