Conor McGregor isn't one to bite his tongue or hold back what he's thinking, and in a recent interview, he let everyone know what he thought about WWE superstars.
The UFC star has been linked with a shock move from the octagon to the squared circle, with some people suggesting he could feature at a future WrestleMania just like Ronda Rousey did a couple of years ago, but the Irishman clearly has no intentions on stepping foot into the World Wrestling Entertainment.
In a recent interview, McGregor was talking about the WWE and about the people involved in it.
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Although he had compliments for the McMahon family, Triple H, and The Rock, he was not so flattering for the remainder of the roster.
In fact, McGregor called them 'f*****g p*****s' and said they were in the show business rather than the fight business.
During a press conference for UFC 202, McGregor was asked if he would continue the cross-promotion between WWE and UFC, following on from Brock Lesnar's successful return to the octagon, but the Irishman was in no mood to praise WWE guys in UFC.
“Fair play to Brock, he got in and fought but, at the end of the day, he’s juiced up to the f*****g eyeballs,” said McGregor. “How can I respect that?
“The other guy [CM Punk] hasn’t fought yet, so I don’t know about him yet.”
Following on from these comments made about the WWE and its roster, McGregor has sent out a tweet from his official Twitter account.
The tweet read: "I didn't mean no disrespect to the @wwe fans. What I meant to say was that I'd slap the head off your entire roster. And twice on Sunday's."
It's safe to say a WWE debut isn't in McGregor's mind just yet.
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