Conor McGregor plays ‘tweet-and-delete’ in a bunch of tweets aimed at Dustin Poirier and wife Jolie


Conor McGregor once again brought up Dustin Poirier’s wife Jolie Poirier in his recent barrage of tweets

Conor McGregor suffered a loss in an unusual way during his trilogy bout against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264. The Irishman had his left ankle snapped at the very end of the first round.

After a quick and thorough check, he was deemed – ‘unable to continue’. The fight was stopped and awarded to Poirier due to a TKO by means of doctor stoppage.

That was McGregor’s second straight loss (for the first time in his MMA career).

There were some nasty and personal words hurled by McGregor, towards Poirier and his wife Jolie (Poirier) as well – before and after the fight.

It looks like he is still reeling from the loss. Earlier today, ‘Mystic Mac’ played ‘tweet-and-delete’ in a series of tweets aimed towards Dustin Poirier and his wife Jolie.

In one of those tweets, he mocked Poirier saying he had checked his (McGregor’s) check with his butt cheek.

McGregor wrote:

“Wow you guys. He checked the kick with his butt cheek.”

He then went on to present his case for a quadrilogy fight:

“Jumping a guillotine is not a takedown. Absorbing the kick into the leg is not a check. A doctor stoppage is not a TKO. The game goes on bitches. Piss ants to me yous all are. Not even peasants. Piss ants! Now get to your stationed vlogger cameras you novice bums!”

It was followed by an out of context tweet:

“Covid is good and father is evil.”

McGregor then replied to a fake account of Dustin Poirier’s wife Jolie Poirier (who’s tweet read): – “I love you daddy.”

“Stay out of my dm’s butch.”


Conor McGregor is recovering from ankle surgery

Following his defeat to Poirier, McGregor was slapped with a 6-month medical suspension. He underwent surgery the very next day after his fight.

Conor Mcgregor broken ankle
This was the moment Conor McGregor broke his ankle at UFC 264 (UFC)

The Notorious’ is pretty confident that he would get to fight Poirier once again, hoping for the best to happen at least this time around.

Poirier, on the other hand, is expected to face Charles Oliveira for the lightweight title, sometime towards the end of 2021.

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