UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor caused quite the scene when he rushed the cage at Bellator 187. Upon seeing his teammate Charlie Ward knock down opponent John Redmond, McGregor climbed into the cage and entered an altercation with referee Marc Goddard. The fight had not yet been stopped by Godddard, leading to much confusion inside the cage. Now Redmond has come forward with his thoughts on the matter.
Speaking to TMZ Sports, Redmond said:
“You can’t f**kin’ jump out of a crowd in a sporting contest and do all that type of stuff,. In no place in life is that really tolerated. I’m not gonna pat him on the f**kin’ back for what he’s doing. Somethin’ I’ve worked for all these years and he just made it about that then, about his actions. I’m just lookin’ from the fighter’s point of view here. This is my career here, this is my f**kin’ dream, I want the f**kin’ rematch and I want to make this right. Tell your boy to bleedin’ gear up again and get in and fight me. Let’s f**kin’ do this, that’s my message.”
Check out the original interview down below: