VIDEO: Donald Trump’s cold reaction to Conor McGregor ankle-break at UFC 264 leave fans baffled
Conor McGregor injury: UFC news: Conor McGregor suffered his second consecutive loss to Dustin Poirier at the main event of UFC 264…
Conor McGregor injury: UFC news: Conor McGregor suffered his second consecutive loss to Dustin Poirier at the main event of UFC 264 in Las Vegas, Nevada in July 2021. McGregor wrongly planted his leg and snapped his ankle, which remains one of the most horrific MMA injuries of recent years. However, former US President Donald Trump didn’t look worried or surprised to witness it live.
A video of Donald Trump watching the UFC 264 main event at T-Mobile Arena has resurfaced on the Internet, sending several fans into a frenzy. While Jon Anik and every other person in the Arena were shocked to see Conor McGregor go down like that, Donald Trump wasn’t surprised at all. Here’s a look at the video posted by OutofContext MMA.
You know Trump has seen some shit when he’s just completely unfazed by Conor McGregor snapping his leg vs. Poirier pic.twitter.com/7gmqfnCAgx— Out Of Context MMA (@oocmma) November 21, 2022
Donald Trump grabbed legitimate attention for the clip as netizens offered their hilarious reactions. Here’s how some of the fans reacted to Donald Trump watching Conor McGregor ankle break.
the man has never felt an emotion, just a complete empty shell of a man— ongo bongo (@ongobongo20) November 21, 2022
I try not to find him hilarious but he just is 😭😂— Bri Marné (@NonGMHoee) November 21, 2022
Trump has survived in jungles with only a Bowie knife. I don’t think a little grappling match can compare. pic.twitter.com/5Y56N4jFmv— Nene Hilarious (@NeneHilarious) November 21, 2022
Imagine knowing about aliens and seeing their alien genitals in CIA reports. A dude snapping his leg is no big deal.— Meat Daddy (@MeatDaddio) November 21, 2022
Ice water in that man’s veins— DingDing (@LeoDING_Li) November 21, 2022
Donald Trump has been a UFC fan for years and also seems to share good terms with Dana White. That said, he watched his countryman Dustin Poirier claim a sensational win over Irishman Conor McGregor, which is still the last time we saw ‘Notorious’ in the UFC.
Every time McGregor steps up, it turns out to be a fighting festival for the UFC fans. Win or lose, fans love to tune into a McGregor fight. Meanwhile, Conor McGregor hasn’t won a UFC fight since defeating Donald Cerrone at UFC 246. It remains to be seen whether he can still trade with the best fighters in the world or if is it really time to call off his MMA career.
Conor McGregor UFC return: When can ‘Notorious’ McGregor return to the UFC?
Conor McGregor seems to have recovered from his UFC 264 ankle break and is currently flexing a bulked-up physique. On his return, we may see Conor McGregor slide into the welterweight category (170 lbs). That said, the lightweight division also has a lot to offer.
VIDEO: Donald Trump’s cold reaction to Conor McGregor ankle-break at UFC 264 leaves fans baffled
McGregor has gained legitimate call-outs at 155 lbs from Michael Chandler, Renato Moicano, Charles Oliveira, and others. So, it will be interesting to see whether McGregor stays at 155 lbs or move up by a division.
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