Conor McGregor Comments on Potential WWE Appearance, Cultural Impact, More

February 5, 2017 - WWE

Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Getty ImagesAdam WellsFeatured ColumnistFebruary 5, 2017

Never one to bashful divided from charity his opinion, UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor recently spoke on a far-reaching accumulation of topics.

With WrestleMania 33 coming Apr 2, McGregor left a doorway open for a probable WWE coming during some point.

“Never contend never,” he said, per MMA Fighting. “I’ll adore to go into that WWE and have a genuine knock. Let one of them have a genuine hit and see what’s what. But we’ll see. There’s conversations ongoing. I’ve incited down some things, a conversation’s still ongoing.”

WWE and a UFC have concluded to share talent in a past. Brock Lesnar returned to a Octagon in Jul during UFC 200. Ronda Rousey had a noted coming with The Rock, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon during WrestleMania 31 in 2015.

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McGregor also had choice difference for WWE authority Vince McMahon, quite per a singular travel McMahon has on WWE television, that McGregor used following his feat over Eddie Alvarez during UFC 205 in November.

“I’m meditative Vince McMahon contingency be pissed,” McGregor said. “I don’t give a f–k about Vince McMahon. we stole that walk, and that travel is now mine. And not Vince, or any of those p—ies over during a WWE will do anything about it. That’s my walk. we combined that walk. we done that walk.”

On a some-more genuine note, McGregor was elegant of a many athletes in other sports he’s seen adopt elements of his strut and style.

“All opposite cultures, all opposite sports, all a NFL players, all a NBA players, all a football players over here,” he said. “Look, fighting is everywhere. American football is over there. Soccer, or football as we call it, is over here. Fighting is f–king everywhere, and we’re finally saying that. So I’m really happy and really unapproachable of that.”

McGregor has incited himself into one of a biggest sports stars in a universe as good as a box-office hero for a UFC.

His ardent opinion can massage some people a wrong way, though he’s valid to be one of a world’s best fighters time and again. And there’s no reason to consider he will delayed down anytime soon. 

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