There’s no doubt now that Conor McGregor continues to be a “big supporter” of , who recently experienced her second shocking loss in the Octagon at the very end of 2016.lightweight kingpin
Besides her unsuccessful comeback against Amanda Nunes, her critics, MMA fans, and few fighters continue to celebrate her downfall on social media and through other forms of online sources. But the Irish sensation doesn’t appear to support any of it, in fact he believe everyone who celebrated her UFC 207 outcome is “weak.”
Last week in Manchester McGregor said,
When Ronda lost, I woke up to all these messages. ‘Now let’s see what they do.’ And I’m like, what? I love Ronda, I was always a big supporter of Ronda.
Then she loses that second one and people are trying to make me celebrate, ‘now they’ve got nobody.’ That’s a wrong mindset. I don’t celebrate another’s defeat like that. That’s weak. A weak individual does that. People were trying to celebrate when I lost who had nothing to do with it. That ain’t the sign of a champion. That ain’t the sign of a true champion, so I couldn’t believe it.
MMA observers now believe McGregor has more leverage than ever since the UFC just lost their second biggest draw within the promotion. Rousey’s last two fights had well over 1 million pay-per-view buys, while McGregor continues to hit over 1.2 million consecutively.
McGregor currently has negotiation powers in the UFC for his successfully business strategies and also has opportunities in the world of boxing, potentially facing Floyd Mayweather Jr. at some point in the near future.