Conor McGregor talks Jon Jones and Brock Lesnar UFC drug controversy

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Should Brock Lesnar and Jon Jones be banned from UFC for drug violations? It’s the eternal question in the UFC at the moment and now Conor McGregor has had his say.

Even though the biggest fight of his career is on the horizon, McGregor sat down with reporters this week and explained his thoughts on the controversy surrounding Lesnar and Jones.

McGregor is currently planning for his rematch with Nate Diaz at UFC 202 on Saturday when he attempts to gain redemption for his loss at UFC 196.


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But despite the natural attention surrounding the fight there is still a great deal of talk surrounding what should happen to Lesnar after he failed a drug test, with Jones doing the same.

“I don't give a s***,” McGregor explained when asked whether or not Jones and Lesnar should be banned from UFC for life.

“You know what? F*** them both, to be honest. I don't know the stories, I don't know the ins and outs, I've got my own s*** to worry about. I was taken from [UFC] 200 for the co-main and the main and then both of them popped for some s***. Do what you want? I don't give a f***."

Safe to say McGregor is focused on beating Diaz that’s for sure.

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