Conor McGregor had some pretty explosive things to say about Brock Lesnar, John Cena and the rest of the WWE roster leading up to UFC 202, although there was one notable exception.
When McGregor entered the octagon before his incredible victory over Nate Diaz on Saturday, “The Notorious” showed his respect for WWE CEO Vince McMahon by doing his famous strut.
And it turns out this was far from the first time McGregor has done this.
That strut came just a few days after McGregor went off on Cena and called out Lesnar for his recent failed drug tests, but he made sure people know that he has all the respect in the world for the CEO.
“Like I said, no disrespect to the dons of the game, the McMahons,” McGregor said, via MMAFighting.com. “He is a f—ing legend. They wrote Vinny off a few years ago when he dropped from the billions and then he rose back up and now he’s back in the billionaire club. What he’s been able to do with that bunch of dweebs he has over there at the moment has been phenomenal, and I respect him for that.”
Hopefully that means we’ll see this McMahon entrance soon, too.
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h/t to Bleacher Report
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