I already said my part...
But, just to reiterate...McGregor threw something at a bus (didn't know that the window would smash out, tbh)...also didn't know who was on that bus, or the extent of their injuries as a result of throwing the thing at the bus. He paid a fine. It was dumb...but it was a poor decision in the spur of the moment, because he was angry about being stripped of the belt. It's the kind of thing where you say "that was *censored*ing stupid...pay the fine and don't do it again". It was triggered by the anger of losing something important.
But, when you have someone winning on the biggest fight of the year, and they jump into the crowd and start a brawl, live on PPV, when there is really no instigation at that point (McGregor was slumped down looking defeated as all *Censored*). I mean...that's the thing. You can say that Conor taunted him leading up to the fight. Of course he did. But he didn't do shit when he lost. He lost with dignity and then he got jumped. And, yeah...that wasn't Khabib...but he started the chain of events that led to it. No Khabib jumping the barricade and starting a brawl, no other guy jumping Conor, no situation at all.
I just don't see how people can blindly say that this is fine since McGregor is a notorious scumbag...you'll get no argument from me that he is. But this is different. It just is. If Khabib started a brawl at a press conference while Conor was actively taunting him, or even if Conor kept talking shit after the loss...then I could get it. But I don't get it. It was crazy. There is no explanation for it. He won. Conor wasn't baiting him. It was an absurd sight to see. Dude is unhinged. He acted in a way that has no logical explanation or warrant.
Anyway, Dash Wilder is picking a strange cross to bear on twitter. Full "attack McGregor" mode.
Edited by Generations, 07 October 2018 - 06:12 AM.