Conor McGregor Reacts To GSP’s UFC 217 Win Over Bisping, Is Not Impressed

When GSP entered the cage back in the old days of the UFC to let Matt Hughes know he was not impressed, no one ever thought those words may come back to haunt him.

Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre became the fourth fighter to ever earn two different division titles within the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) when he choked out Michael Bisping at Saturday night’s UFC 217 for the middleweight strap. That being said, “Notorious” does not seem impressed with St-Pierre’s dominant run as a welterweight champion or his recent destruction of “The Count” inside New York’s Madison Square Garden.

While Bisping and St-Pierre threw down inside the Madison Square Garden Arena on Saturday night, Conor McGregor headlined the UFC’s first ever appearance at the world famous arena back at UFC 205. In the fight, McGregor made history by becoming the first and only fighter to ever simultaneously hold two different division titles within the UFC.

Already a featherweight champion, “Notorious” moved to the lightweight division to face off against reigning champion Eddie Alvarez for the marquee UFC 205 event. With a stunning finish in the second round, McGregor locked in his place in UFC history.

Taking to Instagram, Conor McGregor threw out some shade at the newly crowned UFC middleweight champion.

“Throwback to UFC 205 and making history. First fighter to hold two UFC titles at the same time…”

McGregor is obviously “Not Impressed!”