Dana White Was Not A Fan Of Conor McGregor Attacking Dustin Poirier’s Wife: ‘Leave The Family Out Of It’

Even after Conor McGregor suffered a gruesome injury during his fight against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264, he continued his taunts aimed towards Poirier’s wife, Jolie.


Conor McGregor appeared to snap his ankle during the final moments of the first round against Dustin Poirier, leading to a doctor’s stoppage of the highly-anticipated bout.

After the match, UFC president Dana White would condemn McGregor for continuously attacking Dustin Poirier’s wife.

“I don’t like that, that’s not good,” UFC president White said at the post-event press conference inside T-Mobile Arena. “Leave people’s family and wives and all that stuff out of it. Family has nothing to do with it.”

For Conor McGregor, talking about people’s wives and families is kind of a part of his whole shtick. And he has done it in the past to try to get in people’s heads.

During his post-fight presser, Dana White also indicated that there would be a Poirier-McGregor 4, simply because you “can’t have a fight end that way.”

If there is a fourth fight between Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier, it’ll be interested it Conor decides to pull the Jolie Poirier card, yet again. Maybe he’ll try to change it up a little bit next time.

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