In the wake of the historic trade that saw the former UFC flight combat campaign Demetrious Johnson sent to the…
In the wake of the historic trade that saw the former UFC flight combat campaign Demetrious Johnson sent to the ONE Championship for undefeated weight loss Ben Askrenwe announced that the UFC solved the men 125 pounds and performed a mass cut of fighters in the process. The cuts had many demands that ONE would sign fighters to its Airweight Division who are now looking for a job, and among those who urge ETT to scoop up these 1
25-pounders is none other than Conor McGregor; However, it was a little scratch, how the former two-part champion went on the ground.
McGregor went on Twitter on Thursday to advocate the signing of available airweights, but when reading the tweet, it will really be seen as more of a public debt placement on a UFC Airweight Division dissolution champion instead of Simply call them to help their fighters.
Now it’s a bit of a story between McGregor and the person he’s specifically included in the tweet, ONE Championship CEO Chatri Sityodtong. In an interview with CNN back in 2017, Sityodtong declared that his company would never be interested in signing a freelance McGregor because his brash antics are remarks “representative of true martial arts.”
Nevertheless, McGregor’s vision seems to be a bit of it if he insists that EJ’s desire to acquire Johnson was what led to the death of men’s airweight. In fact, it’s actually not a well-known secret that the UFC 125-pound division has almost been on life support for a long time; The reports released on Wednesday certainly did not leave too many fans marveled in mistrust.
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The UFC has not yet confirmed the departure from the Air Force Department from the campaign.