Conor McGregor continued his latest attempt at trying to garner more attention for his UFC 202 main event against Nate Diaz by trolling wrestling fans. During a Q&A session, which you can watch above, McGregor was asked about Ric Flair calling him out for his recent comments ripping pro wrestling while he has been copying Flair's persona.
"The rest are dweebs," McGregor said. "What's the main guy? John Cena. He's 40, he's 40 years of age. He's walking around in a illuminous orange t-shirt and a headband talking about [how] no one can see him. We can see him right there, he's a big fat 40 year old failed Mr. Olympia motherf--ker! They're dweebs, those guys!"
McGregor continued by saying that he's the real deal and noted that Flair had talked about some wrestlers facing him. McGregor told Flair to bring them over, because "this is the real sh-t right here," and said that the wrestlers that talked about facing him in the street are free to come at him.
"Like I said, no disrespect to the Dons of the game," he said. "I mean Vinny Mac's a f--king legend. They wrote Vinny Mac a couple of years ago, then he rose back up and he's back in the billionaires club. What he's been able to do with that bunch of dweebs he has over there at the moment has been phenomenal and I respect him for that. And then of course, the old G's of the game - The Rock, Stone Cold - they're all cool mother f--kers. Even Ric Flair's a cool mother f--ker... but that new age of those guys are absolute dweebs... it ain't trash talk, it's true talk!"