Former UFC double champion, Irish fighter Conor McGregor reacted to accusations of inciting ethnic hostility.
Recall that after the knife attack on a tutor and three children in the center of Dublin, McGregor listed a number of crimes allegedly committed by immigrants against Irish citizens, and warned that if the government does not implement an action plan to ensure the safety of Ireland in the near future, he will take the matter upon himself.
I do connect crime with migration. I connect crime to the many failed policies in protecting and securing the inhabitants of Ireland. There is a real lapse in national security. We need a brand new task force founded to assess all entrants into Ireland. Our natives and our visitors will all benefit with this peace of mind.
McGregor, 35, last stepped into the octagon against Dustin Poirier in July 2021 at UFC 264. In this confrontation Conor suffered a defeat by technical knockout after breaking his leg. He has 22 wins and six losses on his record.Pimblett: I Don't See Myself In Top 15 After Beating Ferguson Demetrious Johnson Ranks Himself As Second Greatest Fighter Of All Time Michael Page May Make His UFC Debut Against Kevin Holland At January's Event In Canada