Sean O’Malley praised the Twitter exchange between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz after Charles Oliveira defeated Dustin Poirier to retain the lightweight title.
Diaz’s younger brother criticized Poirier for his performance at UFC 269 and lashed out at McGregor for losing two fights in a row to ‘The Diamond’. The former two-division champion said Poirier was lucky to win both fights and described his performance as “embarrassing”. McGregor wrote:
Thin string of your drinks, he piled up and got lucky twice. that’s it. that’s it. Embarrassing night for him, all right. That closed guard game. Wtf was that. Great! Shocking. Well, happy Saturday night horse. Yupia, tomorrow is twelve days, 12. 12. New Paddy’s Day! “
Here’s the Twitter exchange between McGregor and Diaz:
The Irish star then backs Diaz and Poirier for failing to win the UFC title:
O’Malley commented on the exchange during the UFC 269 recap. Tambo Sugar Show And said:
“That was probably the best Twitter transition I’ve ever seen. I was just laughing.”
Check out the Tambo Sugar Show below.
Michael Bisping won’t rule out Conor McGregor’s chances against Charles Oliveira.
During a recent episode Trust me podcast, UFC Hall of Famer Michael Bisping examines Conor McGregor’s chances of dethroning Charles Oliveira.
‘The Count’ said that McGregor could always come back to the Octagon strong and knock out Oliveira even if it wasn’t the most likely outcome.
According to Bisping: