On a new part of a UFC Unfiltered podcast, Donald Cerrone laid it all out on a line in his common no-nonsense demeanour claiming that not usually does Conor McGregor do his common egotistic schtick for a cameras, though McGregor and his group ducked him to quarrel Nate Diaz who was holding tequila shots in Cabo.
“This dude, he’s good when a cameras are on articulate sh*t. You get him in a back(stage), he don’t contend nothing. F*ck no. I’ve been in a behind many times with him.”
Here’s a thing — Conor McGregor is putting on an act. Sure, that act is an prolongation of himself, though we’ve seen McGregor post-fight, and typically he’s ease and collected, reluctant to really speak crap about a male who he only churned blood and persperate with inside a Octagon. It’s Conor’s mic skills that have gotten him (and other fighters) record paydays. There’s no reason for McGregor to go off on people backstage, because that creates no money.
It seems as if Cerrone doesn’t know this.
Cerrone, should have beef with Conor allegedly ducking him, however. This is some engaging news deliberation Conor is down to quarrel anyone, anytime and is still constantly citing a “fact” that Nate Diaz had twenty-five pounds on him notwithstanding both group weighing in during probably a same weight (twice).
But in a stream UFC, contribution only get in a approach of a good story, and a good story is good for business.