Conor McGregor responds to Anthony Smith’s doping accusations, says next fight and Netflix docuseries are coming

We haven’t seen Conor McGregor fight since he broke his leg in the second round defeating Dustin Poirier in July 2021. Since then, the former UFC fighter has been very vocal about his rest. He had a lot to get off his chest Saturday on Twitter, especially regarding his situation with the UFC’s anti-doping program.

He took some time after the long-running controversy directed at UFC light heavyweight Anthony Smith to focus on his future plans.

Although he previously said that a Netflix documentary about his career would be released in January 2022, he announced on Saturday that he had “completed the production of the first episode.”

“This story will come out before I fight again, part 1, of 4. And the full 4 will come out before I start in Hollywood,” McGregor tweeted.

McGregor began a new picture of Patrick Swayze in the year 1989 “Roadhouse” with Jake Gyllenhaal.

Also Read :  Leo Woodall Was Surprised About That ‘White Lotus’ Reveal

“You want to know what’s here. And it’s not free,” McGregor added.

McGregor blasted Anthony Smith

McGregor began a two-hour Twitter spree early Saturday morning in response to Smith’s comments about his injury.

“It bothered the f*** out of me that he pulled himself out of the USADA testing pool,” Smith said on Michael Bisping’s “Believe You Me” podcast.

“There’s only one reason you’d do that. He looks like sh*t. You always see videos of him slumping in front of mirrors and crying a lot. He’s healing fast. Like, really fast,” he added.

McGregor has put on weight recently sharing he would “get ready for the test in February,” ignoring the six months required to find spring water.

is it shown using the “exclusive status” clause will be terminated immediately.

Smith listed Chris Weidman and Anderson Silva as fighters who still had problems and never had the same performance as McGregor.

“I talked to Weidman today… He’s struggling to come back. Anderson’s time was long. Corey Hill has been around for a long time. The one who broke their leg took a long time. He seems to have recovered well. It just drives me crazy to jump out of the pool, eat everything he’s dipped in and then jump back in,” Smith said.

“Everything was fully disclosed before I started. The level of approval for athletes to recover from injuries like the one I have overcome, must be evaluated,” said McGregor according to In his reply to Smith. “My thoughts are with Weidman and Anderson Silva. We 3, and only we, know the severity of this injury,” he said.

That idea came after McGregor said Smith “keep my name out of your foul mouth,” mixed with plenty name calling a ridicule regarding a leg injury Smith suffered in his last fight with Magomed Ankalaev.

Also Read :  One Book/One New Paltz 2022 will tackle Margaret Atwood’s Hag-Seed

McGregor decided to double down on black with an audio message two hours later.

“This goes to Anthony Smith. Rumors came out from your last fight that you broke your leg, and you’re sitting there with a hip…Your trap is silent, so it’s a miscalculation, no. he broke your leg. So what is it?”

“I’ve had those serious breaks and they build up over time – even over the years of racing people around. It builds up over time. So kick it, mate, and hit the leg,” McGregor said.

“Get back in the cage and keep kicking until the f*cking leg stops, then you’ll get on my level. Then you will go where you want to go. I’m a big machine, bad, what can I say? God has decided.

July 10, 2021;  Las Vegas, Nevada, USA;  Conor McGregor before his fight against Dustin Poirier during UFC 264 at T-Mobile Arena.  Mandatory credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Conor McGregor says we will see him again in the UFC Octagon and on our movie and TV screens. (NetGary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports)


Also Read :  Salaam Venky movie review: Kajol manages to rise above the background music fuelled melodrama

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Related Articles

Back to top button