After losing to Dustin Poirier at UFC 257, Conor McGregor claims he is “heartbroken.”

0

After losing to Dustin Poirier at UFC 257, Conor McGregor claims he is “heartbroken.”

Conor McGregor was defeated by Dustin Poirier in the early hours of Sunday morning at UFC 257.

Conor McGregor has expressed his sadness after his loss against Dustin Poirier at UFC 257. After dominating the first round, the Irishman was knocked out in the second. And now, in the aftermath of the bout in Abu Dhabi, he’s spoken up.

McGregor went into the fight with Poirier hoping to win his second fight against his American opponent after defeating him in 2014.

That, however, did not occur, and the Irishman instead succumbed to defeat.

McGregor had the upper hand in the first round but was knocked out in the second, with Poirier winning with a barrage of heavy blows.

After the fight, he cut a disgruntled figure and stated he was “heartbroken” about the loss.

“It’s heartbreaking, and it’s difficult to bear. “This game has the highest highs and lowest lows,” he remarked.

DO YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF TO BE AN EXPERT IN SPORT? Our difficult quiz will put your sporting knowledge to the test.

“My leg is utterly lifeless, and even though I felt like I was checking them [Poirier’s leg kicks], it was just seeping into the front muscle of my thigh.

“Dustin put up a valiant fight. In the clinch, I thought I was better than him, but it was too late.

“My leg was compromised, and I failed to adjust, and that was the end of it; credit to Dustin.

“I’m thrilled for him and grateful for the opportunity to compete in my 11th UFC main event.

“To be honest, I have no idea where I am right now.”

McGregor, on the other hand, promised to ‘brush it off’ and bounce back.

He said, “His leg kicks were fantastic, but my leg was dead, and I wasn’t as comfortable as I needed to be.”

“All I have to do now is dust it off and return, and that’s exactly what I’ll do.

“I’m gutted; it’s a hard pill to swallow; all I want to do now is go back to the hotel and relax with my kids while I regroup.”

His words contrasted sharply with Poirier’s, who reveled in the splendor of his victory by referring to himself as a “assassin.”

“This victory is definitely up there with the best. “This is a huge one,” he stated emphatically.

“However, when it’s all said and done, I want to lay my hands on the uncontested title.

“This is one of the nicest nights I’ve ever had.” Brinkwire Summary News”.

Share.

Comments are closed.