Conor McGregor is somebody who has been identified to ruffle feathers whether or not or not it’s in actual life or on social media. The UFC famous person has additionally been out of fee for the previous couple of months after he broke his leg throughout a match towards Dustin Poirier. Throughout that point, McGregor has continued to be his conceited self, and it would not look like he will probably be altering up on that, anytime quickly.

Actually, McGregor not too long ago drew the ire of Chris Weidman, who additionally skilled a leg break a couple of months in the past. Weidman broke his leg in a similar way to Anderson Silva, who simply so occurred to be preventing Weidman when his leg broke in a dramatic style.

The difficulty with McGregor stems from the truth that the Irishman posted a meme on Twitter that made enjoyable of Weidman and Silva for not being as stoic amid their accidents. Weidman felt as if he and Silva had been being dissed for no motive, and the fighter had quite a bit to say concerning the matter on the Will not Again Down podcast.

“He simply put up some meme factor, I assume, you already know,” Weidman stated per ClutchPoints. “It’s an image of me face down after I broke my leg, Anderson Silva with him screaming in ache when he broke his leg, after which it’s an image of Conor McGregor. His leg’s damaged. He’s speaking to Joe Rogan. And he writes one thing like, ‘It’s not about what occurs to you in life. It’s about the way you take care of it shifting ahead.’ And it’s sort of like a slap within the face to me and Anderson Silva, like he dealt with ache and adversity in that second higher than we did.”

It is sensible that Weidman would really feel that approach, particularly since Conor likes to be irreverent with the pictures he takes. Maybe subsequent time, he’ll be taught his lesson.

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