Midnight Mania! Conor McGregor blames bridge firefighter Tony Ferguson over UFC 274 race

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Conor McGregor has had some of the highest Lightweights ever. However, McGregor does not seem to like Tony Ferguson, who is due to compete this week (Sat. May 7, 2022) at UFC 274 against Michael Chandler. Other than the fact that they are like potential enemies within the Octagon, it all seems to be coming from Ferguson leaving Paradigm Sports, the company that manages McGregor.

Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs) quotes from “El Cucuy” may not be helpful.

In any case, McGregor did not like Ferguson’s recent comments on UFC 274 media day, when Ferguson criticized the UFC and Dana White as “drug dealers” and advised other fighters to be more careful in their discussions. McGregor believes the matter is Ferguson himself, not the UFC, and he also said more in a tweet that was removed.

“Tony Ferguson, who changes representatives about 4 times a year, claims to be the culprit in his position,” McGregor wrote (via MMAFighting). “How many bridges do you burn before looking at yourself in the mirror and saying ‘maybe that’s the problem with me’ God bless you friend, I pray.”

Unless he dies after focusing on his potential targets at Welterweight, McGregor would be wise to watch the UFC 274. Due to his popularity, he could find himself in a head-to-head competition. Charles Oliveira or Justin Gaethje at any time, and the winner of Chandler vs. Ferguson would be a good fit to recover from an injury.

It still looks like the 155-pound segment is rocking back this week.

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CHAMPIONSHIP DUUBLE DIP! The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to Phoenix, Ariz., On Sat., May 7, 2022, with a blockbuster doubleheader competition. Improving the pay-per-view (PPV) event will be a lightweight champion, Charles Oliveira, seeking to defend his head against No. 1 – opponents, Justin Gaethje. At the UFC 274 convention, the women’s Strawweight champion, Rose Namajunas, seems to have avenged his loss against No. 2 – seeds, Carla Esparza. And those at the top of Lightweight rivals clash when Michael Chandler (No. 5) The horned horn is Tony Ferguson (No. 7) in a charitable dispute of 155 pounds for many years.

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