Conor McGregor may seem like a hothead, but he's a smart businessman. With his Twitter war against Tyron Woodley, he's now verbally come down on the welterweight champ, where he has a win, while holding the featherweight belt and simultaneously fighting for the lightweight belt. Like it or not, Conor is now relevant in three weight divisions.
It's fascinating stuff, but #TyronWoodley doesn't seem to care about what's going on.
"I had already weighed-in so I went to grab some water, so I had to go around him to get some water. So I said, 'hey what's up man?'And walked past him but he kinda had a mug. So I turned back and said, 'I said what's up.' He turned around and said, (mugging), 'what's up.' I don't know what people saw on the video but I'm not that guy."
Woodley went on to explain that it was #ConorMcGregor's follow-up on Twitter that really irked him:
"You can't, one, call me a b*tch. That's like a slap in the face or spit in the face where I'm from... That's something you don't cross the line with with me... I just want to be clear, because some people had a misconception of what went on there."
All of this, because Conor went wild and Woodley simply recorded some video.