Conor Didn’t Know He Was On Live T.V., Gets Caught Using Homophobic Slurs Backstage UFC

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has moved to Gdansk, Poland for today’s ensuing UFC Fight Night 118. The card is set to see Donald Cerrone take on Darren Till later today, as the day’s event continues. In one of the day’s completed performances, SBG Ireland teammate and training partner to Conor McGregor, Artem Lobov faced off against Andre Fili.

Lobov suffered a tough unanimous decision loss to his opponent, putting the fighter’s professional record to 13-14. Since the loss, Lobov has hinted to his potentially immanent retirement. That being said, McGregor’s involvement in the day’s match up is currently making headlines.

While McGregor was not in Lobov’s corner, the UFC lightweight champion was cage side viewing his performance. That being said, “Notorious” received multiple warnings from the referee for seemingly coaching Lobov during the match. As fighters are only permitted three cornermen, McGregor’s coaching was not permitted.

Now, Conor McGregor has been captured using a gay slur backstage after Lobov’s defeat to Andre Fili.

In the video above, McGregor can be seen consoling his teammate as the two fighters walk backstage. “Notorious” then uses the slur “fa**ot.” The video has since received serious attention among fight fans. Check out the incident in the video above.

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