‘It’s all pure right here child!’: Conor McGregor questions UFC as doping control arrives on his £3m super-yacht despite being retired as he calls out ‘juice head rats’ Nate and Nick Diaz
- Conor McGregor has been drug-tested by officers on his £3million tremendous yacht
- The Irishman retired from UFC earlier this yr however nonetheless took the drug-test
- Afterwards, the previous two-weight champ known as out ‘juice head rat’ Nate Diaz
Conor McGregor has been drug-tested by officers on his £3million yacht despite retiring from Mixed Martial Arts earlier this yr.
The former two-weight UFC champion is presently in Monaco as he prepares to set off for a 180km voyage to lift consciousness of water security.
However, his preparations had been interrupted as he posted to social media that he acquired an surprising arrival from USADA (United States Anti-Doping Agency) onboard his tremendous yacht.
Conor McGregor has been drug-tested by officers on his £3million yacht despite retiring
He tweeted: ‘What’s going on right here UFC? USADA have simply arrived to my yacht this morning for testing? I’ve retired guys!
‘But go on then, I’ll permit them check me. It’s all pure right here child! Forever and at all times, God Bless.
‘180km throughout the Mediterranean Sea tomorrow! LET’S GO!!’
By finishing the check, McGregor has left himself obtainable to combat once more contained in the octagon or boxing ring.
The Irishman additionally took a shot at his previous foe Nate Diaz as he hints at return to the octagon
The Irishman hung up his gloves again in June for the third time in his profession despite making a formidable UFC comeback in January as he beat Donald Cerrone within the opening spherical of their bout at UFC 246.
Another UFC fighter prompting to make a return to the octagon is Nick Diaz, the brother of McGregor’s previous foe Nate Diaz.
McGregor took no time to take a shot at each the brothers, as after his check he tweeted: ‘Juice head rats @NateDiaz209’
A possible combat for McGregor opened up earlier this week as Dustin Poirier was unable to agree phrases with Tony Ferguson, however with the previous champion having already overwhelmed the American, it’s unlikely he might be pursuing that choice.