Donald Cerrone Has Some NSFW Thoughts On Conor McGregor’s Possible Move To Lightweight

12.16.15 2 years ago 3 Comments

The world is Conor McGregor’s oyster right now. Whereas the UFC typically chooses opponents for its fighters, Conor has his pick of several options. He could defend his new featherweight belt against Frankie Edgar. Or he could go up to lightweight and face that division’s champion — whoever wins the Rafael Dos Anjos vs Donald Cerrone fight on Dec. 19.

The UFC tries its best to be impartial but knows which fights are gonna make more money. If everything resolves in the most profitable way, the popular ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone will take out the relatively unknown Dos Anjos, setting up a superfight with Conor McGregor. For his part, Cerrone is down with this and already talking smack. When asked what word sprung to mind when Conor’s name came up, he responded “Pussy.” Via Bloody Elbow:

“Come on with it, baby. I love it, I love the idea. That turned my [prediction] from knowing Jose’s gonna whip his ass to hoping McGregor can pull it off.”

“Someone asked me if I had a movement coach and I said I have no fucking idea what a movement coach is. So he can work with a f**king ballerina. I don’t give a sh*t what the kid does, you know. Whatever helps him out. Like sure, if you think movement coach, jumping over sticks and sh*t is gonna help you, it f**king might. I don’t know. Maybe I’m in the dark ages here.”

The two have been jawing at each other since a September press conference where McGregor claimed the entire 155 pound division was “Slow, stiff. I feel like they’re stuck in the mud almost.” Cerrone responded by saying if Conor moved up to lightweight he’d “bend his little f**king ass over and knock the Lucky Charms out of him.”

A fight between Conor and Donald would be big bank — both guys can fight, both guys can talk, and it’d be a great national rivalry between Ireland’s McGregor and the all American Cerrone. All that needs to happen is for Cerrone to get past the extremely tough Rafael Dos Anjos this Saturday on FOX.

(Via Bloody Elbow)

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