Dustin Poirier claims Conor McGregor hasn’t paid the promised donation to The Good Combat Basis

Dustin Poirier has claimed that Conor McGregor hasn’t paid the promised donation to The Good Combat Basis.

Forward of their extremely awaited rematch at UFC 257 (January 2021), Conor McGregor had vowed to donate $500,000 to Dustin Poirier’s charitable group. Nonetheless, Poirier has now taken to his official Twitter account and asserted that McGregor hasn’t but made the donation.

The consensus within the MMA world was that Conor McGregor and his crew would’ve doubtless adopted by way of on his promise and had already made the donation. Nonetheless, based on Dustin Poirier, McGregor and his crew stopped responding after their UFC 257 battle in January.

The primary battle between Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier was contested at featherweight and passed off at UFC 178 (September 2014). McGregor received that battle by way of first-round TKO.

The rematch between The Infamous One and The Diamond was contested at light-weight and passed off at UFC 257 (January 2021). This time, Poirier received by way of second-round TKO.

Within the ensuing months, the UFC, Conor McGregor, and Dustin Poirier reached an settlement for a trilogy bout between the 2 stars. The UFC just lately confirmed that McGregor and Poirier will face each other of their trilogy matchup at UFC 264 (July 10, 2021).

Forward of their respective preparations for his or her all-important trilogy battle, Conor McGregor just lately took to Instagram to offer his prediction on how the battle would play out.

“The prediction is in! I’m going to win the trilogy battle by way of A Entrance Kick to the nostril. Spherical quantity 4. His Nostril wants straightenin and I’m Rhinoplasty.”

Dustin Poirier has seemingly addressed the prediction offered by Conor McGregor. As of this writing, McGregor is but to answer Poirier’s allegations.

The winner of Dustin Poirier vs. Conor McGregor 3 is prone to obtain a UFC LW title shot

Charles Oliveira (left); Michael Chandler (right)
Charles Oliveira (left); Michael Chandler (proper)

Presently, Charles Oliveira and Michael Chandler are set to battle for the vacant UFC light-weight title at UFC 262 (Might 15, 2021). The winner of this battle shall be topped as the brand new UFC light-weight champion.

In the meantime, the winner of the Dustin Poirier vs. Conor McGregor trilogy battle at UFC 264 (July 10, 2021) is predicted to obtain a UFC light-weight title shot in opposition to the Oliveira-Chandler winner.

What are your ideas on Dustin Poirier’s claims in opposition to Conor McGregor? Hold forth within the feedback.

Printed 12 Apr 2021, 06:30 IST

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