Conor McGregor’s explosive outburst on The Ultimate Fighter Season 31 revealed cracks in his armor. The tension between McGregor and Chandler escalated, leading to a physical confrontation.
|Conor McGregor’s fighter lost all six bouts on The Ultimate Fighter, Season 31.|
|McGregor confronted fellow TUF coach Michael Chandler, resulting in UFC president Dana White’s intervention.|
|Chandler taunted McGregor after his fighter’s victory, provoking a heated exchange.|
Conor McGregor, the notorious MMA fighter, showcased some cracks in his armor during Episode 6 of The Ultimate Fighter, Season 31. The tension escalated when McGregor’s fighter faced yet another defeat, making it six losses in a row for his team. This led to McGregor physically confronting fellow TUF coach Michael Chandler, resulting in UFC president Dana White storming into the Octagon.
McGregor and Chandler were on the verge of engaging in a brawl after Chandler relentlessly attacked McGregor’s pride. The heated exchange took place right after one of Chandler’s fighters emerged victorious. Chandler taunted McGregor, stating, "Stacking them up. Stacking them up later this year, too."
The confrontation between McGregor and Chandler quickly escalated, and they were ready to throw down on the spot. White swiftly intervened, rushing towards the Octagon and shouting at the people surrounding the cage to clear the way.
While McGregor’s absence during weigh-ins and morning practices raised concerns, Team McGregor fighter Aaron McKenzie clarified that the show’s editing exaggerated McGregor’s absences. McKenzie revealed that McGregor was present for most practices, including night sessions, and actively participated in coaching and training alongside his hand-picked coaches, such as head coach John Kavanagh, Owen Roddy, Phil Sutcliffe, and Cian Cowley.
Despite the presence of McGregor’s coaches, Chandler took every opportunity to provoke McGregor for not being there for his team. The heavily edited reality show seemed to magnify Chandler’s jabs, visibly affecting McGregor’s ego.
In conclusion, Conor McGregor’s explosive outburst on The Ultimate Fighter Season 31 revealed cracks in his armor. The tension between McGregor and Chandler reached a boiling point, leading to a physical confrontation that required the intervention of UFC president Dana White. While McGregor’s absence during certain moments raised concerns, his involvement in practice and coaching, as confirmed by his teammate Aaron McKenzie, suggests that the show’s editing may have distorted the reality. Nevertheless, Chandler’s relentless needling seemed to have an impact on McGregor’s ego.
|McGregor’s Fighter 1||Loss|
|McGregor’s Fighter 2||Loss|
|McGregor’s Fighter 3||Loss|
|McGregor’s Fighter 4||Loss|
|McGregor’s Fighter 5||Loss|
|McGregor’s Fighter 6||Loss|