Tweetgood write up on this om mmajunkie.com
goes on to say because it's a case of "conor being conor". nothing more than a perfunctory fine (maybe) will happen and he'll issue a non-apology apology like the homophobic slur he dropped at Lobov's last fight. uncle dana has given him such free reign that it's a case of the ufc once saying "how high" when conor says jump. any other sport in the world you shove a ref and you're unemployed. only in the ufc can you get away with it. roy nelson got away with kicking john McCarthy in the ass after his fight, now conor goes to another organization's event, enters the cage when the fight isn't even officially over, and he wasn't even a licensed corner-man, and when he's escorted out, storms back in as the ref is checking on the injured fighter, not only knocking mark goddard over but the injured fighter who just gotten to his feet, back onto the mat. this behavior is commonplace at wwe events, so should we assume that's what mma is becoming, another staged form of entertainment "combat" and no longer an actual fight? it's sending the message once again, do whatever you wish conor, we aren't ever going to hold you responsible for your actions. what does that do to the chemistry of his team too? Conor's teammate, Charlie Ward, gets the biggest victory of his career in his hometown and here comes teammate conor mcdildo into the cage to steal the spotlight and start a ruckus and make Charlie Ward a footnote to his own victory, great teammate there leprechaun.yet another reason i can't stand this self centered egotistical phuq.