Published: Wed, November 15, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Conor McGregor Apologizes For Controversial Incident At Bellator 187

Conor McGregor Apologizes For Controversial Incident At Bellator 187

The head of the Golden Boy promotion called out McGregor yesterday during an interview on the newly launched show, "Golden Boy Radio With Tattoo and the Crew". "I still have it in me". I've been secretly training, secretly training. I m faster than ever and stronger than ever.

Conor McGregor issued a public apology via social media on Tuesday for his questionable actions during a Bellator MMA event this past weekend in Dublin. "Again, I go back to the safety of the fighter".

"Just one more. I'm calling him out".

"I have known, witnessed and refereed Conor on many previous occasions over the years and watched, even in support of his meteoric rise, speaking publically to commend him and offer an insight when others had turned against him". Two rounds. That's all I need.

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The attack prompted Washington to fly nuclear-capable B-52 bombers toward the DMZ in an attempt to intimidate North Korea. He was shot in the shoulder and elbow and was taken to a South Korean hospital, the South's Defense Ministry said.

"Once I know that I had stepped across and in between the fighters at 4:59, then the fight is officially over and there is no going back", Goddard wrote on Facebook.

As you've surely heard, and or seen by now, McGregor has been in hot water, after he flipped out on officials at the Dublin card.

In his time as a fighter, De La Hoya claimed ten world titles in six different weight classes before going on to establish himself as a successful promoter of the likes of Saul "Canelo" Alvarez, Miguel Cotto and Jorge Linares.

But it would seem De La Hoya saw the box office returns of Mayweather/McGregor, and the prospect of a giant payday has Oscar thinking things over.

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With the potential bout sending shockwaves through boxing due to De La Hoya being 44 years old, odds crunchers have followed suit by backing the Golden Boy President to win.

De La Hoya was quite vocal heading into that bout, saying it was a "circus" and a "farce". [My confidence] is how I feel now from my training.

"I ve been working out for the last five months".

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He has to declare his allegiance. "What we are witnessing is the military saying: "We are willing to intervene if the red line is crossed".

De La Hoya publicly considered a comeback in June 2015, only to change his tune one week later. The UFC will probably find somebody else for him to fight, and he'll still get paid. "I have to make sure I am fighting the very best".

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