Conor McGregor responds to allegations of drug addiction

Conor McGregor responds to allegations of drug addiction

Former UFC champion in two weight categories, Conor McGregor, did not ignore the attack of mixed martial arts veteran Matt Brown, who accused the Irishman of drunkenness and drug addiction.

“Honestly, I think he’s a nobody,” Immortal stated in an interview with Michael Bisping. “He was an amazing fighter, I give him credit for everything he did, but now he is just a nonentity”

“He has lost four of his last five fights. All he does now is drink, and also throws himself on drugs and steroids, from which he completely flew off the coils. To me, it’s a worthless life. With all this money, he remains a nonentity. You are nothing to me, bro. Even when you go out into the cage, you’re nothing”

“That’s heroin junkie Matt Brown talking,” McGregor responded on the social media.

“Is everyone so eager to see a dead body?” The Irishman added, posting the end of the duel between Brown and Donald Cerrone, in which Kobvoy knocked out the opponent with a kick to the head.

“Former drug addict against the current – let’s do it!” – retorted the American. “Conor woke up, threw himself, and let’s write. I like it. I’m not good at posting pictures, but it wouldn’t be hard to find a gif of his broken face.”

“Conor was crying in the locker room, hugging his coaches, and I got up, dusted myself off, and moved on. We are not the same”

Two weeks ago, 42-year-old Matt Brown repeated the UFC record for the number of knockout wins, equaling the achievement of Derrick Lewis, after which 34-year-old Conor McGregor promised to break this record, and Immortal announced that he would not give it up without a fight.