CONOR MCGREGOR announced that he will not enter the cage with Dustin Poirier in the main battle of the UFC UFC 264 game on June 10.
The Irish warrior claimed that the battle was over, which cannot be changed. Poirier said that after McGregor pledged to donate half a million dollars to a charity in the United States, there was a quarrel between the two, but he never donated the money.
McGregor went crazy when he heard the news and retorted that if he didn’t know how much money he would spend, he would never donate money. He took a step and cancelled the fight.
On Monday afternoon, McGregor posted a fierce identity on Twitter. He insulted Poirier and announced that their fight would not happen.
“You’re done, farmer. Why are you moving your ears? You damn hard-headed farmer. There is no clear plan for half a million dollars. Why not, fool. You may not really understand money. The struggle is over. I’ll Fight against others. Good luck. The “Old Contract” is a free translation of what McGregor said, adding:
“My team makes sure that every donation is meaningful, and everyone knows that I am generous. You will put your brains into this kind of undermining my name. Itch. Little bit.”