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Dustin Poirier claims Conor McGregor and team never followed through on $500,000 donation proclamation

1 month ago   |   By CBS Sports

McGregor pushed back on that notion in a series of tweets on Monday and claims their trilogy bout is off
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Conor McGregor lashes out at Dustin Poirier 'smearing my name,' threatens to cancel trilogy

1 month ago   |   By MMAjunkie

Conor McGregor has threatened to cancel his trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 after his rival called him out on not following through with a promised charitable donation.
On Sunday, Poirier went public with the information that McGregor had not delivered on his commitment to donate $500,000 to The Good Fight Foundation. That irked the Irishman, who said he did not receive a detailed plan on what Poirier intended to do with the money, despite previously acknowledging that it would be used to build a gym in Louisiana to offer free training to area youth.
The situation only...
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‘The fight is off': Furious Conor McGregor cancels UFC rematch with ‘f***ing braindead' Dustin Poirier over charity donation claim

‘The fight is off': Furious Conor McGregor cancels UFC rematch with ‘f***ing braindead' Dustin Poirier over charity donation claim

1 month ago   |   By RT

Conor McGregor has publicly told Dustin Poirier that their trilogy UFC fight is off and he will "fight someone else" on their scheduled date of July 10, calling his rival a "fool" and a "f***ing brain-dead hillbilly" on Twitter.
The former champion became embroiled in a row over a $500,000 charitable donation after Poirier claimed that McGregor's generous pledge, made before their UFC 257 scrap, had not materialized.
Fans turned on McGregor after Poirier accused him of "ghosting" attempts to arrange payment, leading to the Irishman explaining that he had not done so because he wanted to be...
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