Conor McGregor Urges ONE Championship CEO To Sign All UFC Flyweights • MMA News

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Conor McGregor Urges ONE Championship CEO To Sign All UFC Flyweights • MMA News

Fernando Quiles Jr., MMA News

Conor McGregor is putting the blame of the reported dissolving of the Final Combating Championship (UFC) males’s flyweight division on the ONE Championship CEO.

The UFC and ONE Championship landed a historic commerce just lately. One of many biggest fighters of all time, Demetrious Johnson, was despatched to ONE Championship in trade for Ben Askren. When the deal was made, many questioned what this may imply for the state of the lads’s 125-pound division within the UFC. Jose “Shorty” Torres revealed he was launched by the promotion and claimed Flo Fight’s report of the division shutting down is right.

Conor McGregor Challenges Chatri Sityodtong

The previous two-division UFC champion McGregor surprisingly took to Twitter to hold forth on the report. The “Notorious” one stated it’s as much as ONE Championship CEO Chatri Sityodtong to make issues proper:

It’s essential to now take all of the 125lbers which were let go, Chatri.
You discuss all of this Martial Artwork and respect discuss, but your greed has immediately value greater than half a preventing division it’s probability to earn earnings for his or her household.
Have respect @YODCHATRI.
Sign the division.

— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) November eight, 2018

“You must now take all the 125lbers that have been let go, Chatri. You talk all of this martial art and respect talk, yet your greed has directly cost more than half a fighting division its chance to earn income for their family. Have respect [Chatri Sityodtong]. Sign the division.”

Along with Torres, Justin Scoggins and Jared Brooks have additionally been launched. The dissolving of the lads’s flyweight division hasn’t been confirmed, however MMA News will maintain you posted on the newest updates concerning the state of the burden class within the promotion. With that stated, sources have advised MMA News that it isn’t trying good.

Do you agree with Conor McGregor, or ought to the blame go elsewhere?

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