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Conor McGregor Issues Apology For Homophurbic Slurs

Conor McGregor Issues Apology For Homophurbic Slurs

The UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor has issued an apology for the Homophurbic Slurs he used following the loss of longtime teammate Artem Lobov (13-14-1 MMA, 2-4 UFC), hee said he was overwhelmed by the situation and this lld to his used of those words.

The UFC champion was caught on tape after the fight in the BBC stage using those words, which isn't a new thing to be coming from Him and as usual like offered an apology on the Irish program - The Late Late Show -.

“I witnessed him lose a fight in a potential career-defining or a career-ending fight in a manner where the opponent was stalling and running away, and I was upset,” McGregor said. “I was whispering in his ear, and I was speaking on that, and I said what I said. I meant no disrespect to nobody, to anybody in the LGBT community.”

He was heavily criticised for using those words used during the fight build up for his fight with Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather but the fighter defended himself this time saying

“I was campaigning for that,” McGregor said. “It’s another one where things just get blown out. Any chance they get, they love to throw me under the bus. I just have to say sorry for what I said and try and move on from it.”

“I was watching a fighter, a sparring partner, a friend, a brother of mine who was giving his health – his body health, his brain health, everything – to help me prepare for fights to give my brain health and my body health to entertain the public,” McGregor said. “That’s the fighter I was going to watch and support.”
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