UFC 257: Conor McGregor, Dustin Poirier, Manny Pacquiao fight news, result

UFC 257: Conor McGregor, Dustin Poirier, Manny Pacquiao fight news, result

The boxing planet is dancing on Conor McGregor’s grave right after a decline to Dustin Poirier that has killed the Irish megastar’s boxing job off for superior.

McGregor was brutally humbled by the American in the UFC 257 principal event and was spotted walking to his press convention on crutches right after getting his entrance leg chopped up by a barrage of leg kicks.

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Possessing had just just one win in the UFC considering that 2016, McGregor’s UFC job is hanging by a thread. With the glow coming off his MMA aura of invincibility, his boxing job is performed.

The boxing planet on Sunday night time (AEDT) laughed off McGregor’s described desire in returning to boxing.

Just very last 7 days McGregor reported talks for a megafight with boxing icon Manny Pacquiao are “intensifying” — a battle that promoters had estimated could be value $250 million.

ESPN UFC specialist Ariel Helwani says that battle is now dead in the h2o as McGregor’s reputation suffered its largest blow in his complete job.

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UFC 257: Conor McGregor, Dustin Poirier, Manny Pacquiao fight news, result
Dustin Poirier set Conor down in the 2nd round. Image provided by UFC.Source: Getty Images

He reported McGregor’s path is to pull the bring about on a trilogy battle with Nate Diaz, when a showdown with Tony Ferguson is an additional juicy solution.

“Does this harm his drawing electric power, totally,” Helwani advised ESPN.

“Does it set individuals desires of fighting Manny Pacquiao on ice, totally.”

Pacquiao sent McGregor a message prior to the battle, suggesting the pair “make 2021 the best year at any time for battle fans”. Hours later on his message was pretty distinct.

“Beautiful point about the battle game, just about anything can materialize! Congrats to @DustinPoirier Substantial win,” he wrote on Twitter.

The boxing planet is aware of Conor is performed as a cross-around beat athletics phenom also.

Legend Floyd Mayweather led the ripping of McGregor, labelling him a “con-artist”.

Mayweather posted on his Instagram account: “I found this write-up and my take on it is that the planet is aware of Con Artist McLoser can steal almost everything from me and be liked but I’m hated,” he wrote.

“That just lets you all know that racism nonetheless exist.”

Man down. Photo supplied by UFC.
Man down. Image provided by UFC.Source: Getty Images

“Just know, that bum will never be me or be on my level,” he added.

“I’m just built distinct, my mindset is on an additional earth, my expertise are 2nd to none, I’m a purely natural born winner and yes I communicate a good deal of trash, but each individual time I back it up.”

He also laughed off Conor’s Pacquiao hopes.

“Connor can not even win in his very own activity, but chatting about coming back to boxing to battle Pacquiao. No person would like to see that, it’s like my leftovers taking in leftovers,” he reported.

Then the pile on commenced.

YouTube star turned boxing prospect Jake Paul also overtly mocked McGregor in an Instagram video clip, exactly where he reported his present of $fifty million to battle McGregor was now off the desk.

He is alternatively presenting The Notorious $10,000 to make the battle materialize.

This is the reflection of how dented McGregor’s reputation is.

In accordance to reports, McGregor’s return to the Octagon for the first time in 12 months was now a step down from his preceding monster battle purses.

McGregor was reportedly confirmed $5 million for the Poirier battle — and was expected to get paid far more than $twenty million by the time his share of the pay out-for every-perspective buys rolled in.

This was now down from the described $thirty million he took absent from his 40-2nd KO of Donald Cerrone.

It is a very long way back to the major.