Conor McGregor lures Charles Oliveira into heated exchange after public call after Brazilian’s TKO win over Michael Chandler
- Conor McGregor watched as Charles Oliveira beat Michael Chandler
- The Brazilian recovered from an early penalty and took a second round TKO win
- McGregor posted a cryptic tweet in the wake of Oliveira taking over the belt
- Oliveira snapped back at McGregor and told him to beat Dustin Poirier
Conor McGregor has clashed with new UFC lightweight champion Charles Oliveira after calling him up online.
McGregor watched as Oliveira ruthlessly beat Michael Chandler in a second round TKO on Saturday, earning him the belt.
Not one to hold his mind caused a stir to McGregor after appearing to offer the Brazilian a backward compliment.
Conor McGregor exchanged words with Charles Oliveira after the Brazilian’s title victory
McGregor posted a tweet that appeared to harass Oliveira after his win
McGregor tweeted: ‘Congratulations Oliveira on becoming the 11th UFC Lightweight Champion. Wonder who Twelve is … ‘
Oliveira responded to this provocation by responding to the Irishman through reporters saying, ‘Conor, since you’re so tough, you have to beat Dustin first and then come to Brazil and I’ll put you on your a **.
‘He’s just one of those guys who talks a lot. He must defeat Dustin first. ‘
McGregor will soon be ready to return to the Octagon with Poirier after his shocking defeat to the American in January.
Oliveira overcame a barrage of attacks in the first round to defeat Michael Chandler
Chandler remained shocked when Oliveira became the UFC’s new lightweight world champion
Dustin Poirier himself contacted Oliveira after his win, but chose to send a classy note of congratulations saying, ‘Congratulations @CharlesDoBronxs, you deserved that in a hard way! Go to @MikeChandlerMMA highest of the highs and lowest of the lows. ‘
After the collision, Oliveira said to the camera, “I told you I was going to knock him out, and I came to knock him out.
‘I prove to everyone that I am the lion of lions.
‘Michael, you are a great champion, but today was my day. Michael said I couldn’t apply pressure, and he hit, hit, hit. And I am still here. Here is the belt! ‘