The Supreme Court of Ireland dismissed the second claim of Artem Lobov against Conor McGregor, in which the Russian Hammer accuses the Irishman of insults and slander.
“No reasonable member of society would attach any importance to these reports,” Judge Garrett Simons said in ruling on the lawsuit. “These insults are not out of scope and are part of the trash talk used by MMA fighters”
Thus, the court confirmed the right of McGregor to publicly call his former best friend a “rat” and “sausage”, which the former dual UFC champion immediately did by addressing Lobov with another insulting message.
“I can call Artyom a rat, na-na-na na-na-na…”, the Irish fighter posted a voice message on the social network, accompanied by a burst of laughter.
A month ago, Artem Lobov sued Conor McGregor, claiming that he was the author of the idea to launch the Proper No. whiskey brand. 12, and to receive five per cent of the six hundred million dollars the Irishman made from his sale.