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12-03-2019, 08:22   #46
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makes sense, with his stupid big red feet
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The "fan" showed Connor WhatsApp messages that had allegations that Connor was involved in serious crime in Ireland and called him names.
Connor flipped took his phone off him and smashed it.
Ooh didn’t see that anywhere in the news reports? We’re you actually there? The Americans do love a bit of fake news
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It should be non news.sick to the teeth listening about Mc tapper and his bullsh1t antics
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12-03-2019, 08:29   #49
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This won't be his last arrest nor will it be the biggest charge against him.

I respect his fighting skills but outside of that he is scum
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12-03-2019, 08:34   #50
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This is sad watching someone destroy their life and career.
He'll end up paying out his fortune to people to keep them quiet, after he does something stupid.

What a fool, will the heavy boys fly to america to silence this story?
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I know he tends to do himself no favours in terms of keeping a low profile, but I wonder how many people on here would manage not to snap once or twice with constant cameras in their face no matter what they do and no matter where they go for the last 5 years?

He can’t have it both ways I know, but it must be very frustrating and annoying to now not even be able to walk out of a hotel the odd time without being jumped on.

There’s also a big difference between politely asking for a photo and being a ****, and I wouldn’t be at all surprised if said “fan” was being a prick. He’s also with his son and the rest of his family. Maybe something was said or done there?

I highly doubt the fan asked for a photo and then Conor just grabbed said phone and smashed it. There’ll be a lot more to the story.
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This is sad watching someone destroy their life and career.
He'll end up paying out his fortune to people to keep them quiet, after he does something stupid.

What a fool, will the heavy boys fly to america to silence this story?
How is it sad? It wasn’t like anyone expected him to settle down as a good family man, own a load of Chopped franchises, and maybe have an interest in a few horses.

He’s a vulgar and obnoxious knacker, like so many people involved in combat sports. He’s taking the path most people would have expected him to. I’m surprised his former fans took so long to realise this. Even though you’d never associate UFC fans with above average intelligence in fairness.
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I highly doubt the fan asked for a photo and then Conor just grabbed said phone and smashed it. There’ll be a lot more to the story.
The fact he actually stole the phone as well, after smashing it, would lead me to believe there was photos taken of something, or someone, he did not want photos taken of.
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The fact he actually stole the phone as well, after smashing it, would lead me to believe there was photos taken of something, or someone, he did not want photos taken of.
Bit pointless destroying one phone if the photo is already on WhatsApp its most likely been circulated on masse
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Scummer gonna scum
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Twitter is saying a sentence of between 21 months and 15 years in a state prison for anyone found guilty of the second degree felony of strongarm robbery.
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Twitter is saying a sentence of between 21 months and 15 years in a state prison for anyone found guilty of the second degree felony of strongarm robbery.
which he hasnt been charged with as per thid mornings reports (though it was the arresting charge last night)
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which he hasnt been charged with as per thid mornings reports (though it was the arresting charge last night)
American legal tradition of trumping up charges to discourage the defendent from defending them and encouraging the defendent to accept a plea bargain. Expect a single no contest plea to some misdemeanor and a sentence of probation
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makes sense, with his stupid big red feet
That explains why his ring walk looks like he shat himself.

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Twitter is saying a sentence of between 21 months and 15 years in a state prison for anyone found guilty of the second degree felony of strongarm robbery.
Judge Twitter, yer only man.
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