Conor McGregor Regrets His Behaviour Towards Tony Ferguson
It's not new for the UFC fighters to get entangled in war of words on twitter.
What however is new is to apologize for the action.
And we have found Conor McGregor in the same position for his tweet against Tony Ferguson, recently.
It all started when Ferguson gave statements against the UFC president Dana White on the media day ahead of UFC 274.
Ferguson called out White for not releasing him to other fields, comparing him to a drug dealer.
In response, McGregor took a dig on Ferguson accusing him of blaming others for his shortcomings.
McGregor wrote- "Tony Ferguson, who changes representation around 4 times a year, is saying it’s someone else fault he is in the position he is in. How many bridges do you burn before you look yourself in the mirror and say 'maybe it’s me that’s the issue' God bless you pal, I’ll say a prayer.”
Ferguson reacted to the tweet by putting forward his interest to face McGregor after the incident.
But in a very unlikely event, McGregor expressed his regrets for using words against the El Cucuy!
McGregor blamed twitter for his actions! The former champion wrote-
"I’m upset I went at tony like that. Out straight. Wtf team, this is not a nice app nor does it encourage nice behavior toward each other. 43bn, man pull that and say 'sike' who give a fuck, really. No one. Dip to a dip on the ship. The carry the toys ship. Leave a beast a beast."
What do you think about the ongoing beef between McGregor and Ferguson?