Conor McGregor’s ‘love child’ mum mocks UFC fighter online

The alleged baby mother of Conor McGregor takes aim at the UFC fighter on Instagram. Terri Murray, a 26-year-old mom from Liverpool claims she slept with McGregor during a night out after the Grand National event in 2017.

Source: Instagram Terrimurrayx

Murray shared a video of her daughter, Clodagh, falling over on the trampoline with the caption:

‘”Oh god she’s like her dad, can’t stay on her feet.”

It seems Murray is making a dig towards Conor McGregor who lost his most recent fight to Khabib Nurmagomedov via submission. In the UFC lightweight championship fight at UFC 229, McGregor was finished during the fourth round after Nurmagomedov had delivered multiple takedowns and dominated Conor in all aspects of the contest. The video Murray posted accompanied by laughing emojis mocks McGregor’s fighting ability and implies he can’t stay on his feet.

She alleges that her daughter Clodagh was conceived in 2017 after Conor McGregor invited her back to his executive suite at the Hilton hotel. She told the Mirror newspaper:

“I’ve said to Conor ‘Hiya’ and he has gone ‘I’ve been waiting for you’, and I’ve gone ‘Conor, I never got an acceptable picture with you before, can I get a picture with you?”

She then goes on to say: “In the room was an ensuite bathroom and he’s gone ‘Baby, I’ll give you a home movie never mind a picture.”

Source: The Mirror (Conor McGregor and Terri Murray)
Source: The Mirror

‘We slept together. To be honest, there was no sleep, we were not sleeping, do you know what I mean?’

Conor McGregor denies claims that the child is his and says she slept with one of his friends instead. At the time, McGregor’s official partner Dee Devlin was pregnant with their child and Conor said he is willing to take a DNA test to prove the baby is not his. Currently, no father is named on the birth certificate.


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UFC on ESPN+ 10 post-event facts: Charles Oliveira climbs the all-time finishes list

The UFC made its debut in Rochester, N.Y., on Saturday with UFC on ESPN+ 10, which took place at Blue Cross Arena and streamed on ESPN+.

In the main event, former UFC champ Rafael dos Anjos (29-11 MMA, 18-9 UFC) avoided what would have been the first three-fight losing skid of his career when he earned a fourth-round submission victory over Kevin Lee (17-5 MMA, 10-5 UFC) in the welterweight headliner.

The main event tapout was one of nine finishes on the card, which was the most of any UFC show this year. For more on the numbers, check below for 45 post-event facts to come out of UFC on ESPN+ 10.

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UFC on ESPN+ 10 featured nine stoppage results, the most of any UFC event this year.

The UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance payout for the event totaled $194,000.

Debuting fighters went 2-3 at the event.

Aspen Ladd, Sijara Eubanks, Michel Pereira and Grant Dawson earned $50,000 UFC on ESPN+ 10 fight-night bonuses.

UFC on ESPN+ 10 drew an announced attendance of 8,132 for a live gate of $643,840.50.

Betting favorites went 7-6 on the card.

Betting favorites improved to 7-9 in UFC headliners this year.

Total fight time for the 13-bout card was 2:09:57.

Main card

Dos Anjos’ 18 UFC victories are tied for sixth most in company history.

Dos Anjos improved to 4-2 since he moved up to the UFC welterweight division in June 2017.

Dos Anjos has earned both of his UFC welterweight stoppage victories by submission.

Lee suffered consecutive losses for the first time in his career. He’s 1-3 in his past four fights dating back to October 2017.

Lee was unsuccessful in his welterweight debut.

Lee has completed at least one takedown in 14 of his 15 UFC fights.

Ian Heinisch (13-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC) has earned both of his UFC victories by decision.

Antonio Carlos Junior (10-3 MMA, 7-3 UFC) fell to 6-2 (with one no contest) since he dropped to the UFC middleweight division in June 2015.

Carlos Junior has suffered two of his three career losses by decision.

Felicia Spencer (7-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) has earned five of her seven career victories by stoppage.

Megan Anderson (9-4 MMA, 1-2 UFC) has suffered both of her career stoppage losses by submission.

Vicente Luque (16-6-1 MMA, 9-2 UFC) has earned 15 of his 16 career victories by stoppage. That includes all nine of his UFC wins.

Luque’s nine stoppage victories since 2015 in UFC welterweight competition are most in the division during that span.

Luque’s nine stoppage victories in UFC welterweight competition are tied for third most in divisional history behind Matt Brown (12) and Matt Hughes (12).

Luque became the sixth fighter in UFC history to earn their first nine victories with the promotion by stoppage. Vitor Belfort, Don Frye, Gabriel Gonzaga, Royce Gracie and Joe Lauzon also accomplished the feat.

Charles Oliveira (27-8 MMA, 15-8 UFC) improved to 6-1 since he returned to the UFC lightweight division in April 2017. He’s 8-3 (with one no contest) in the organization at 155 pounds.

Oliveira’s 14 stoppage victories in UFC competition are tied with Anderson Silva and Vitor Belfort for second most in company history behind Donald Cerrone (16).

Oliveira’s five-fight UFC stoppage streak in lightweight competition is tied with Gregor Gillespie and Luque for the longest such active winning streak in the company

Oliveira earned his first knockout victory since Feb. 14, 2010 – a span of 3,380 days (more than nine years) and 24 fights.

Nik Lentz (30-10-2 MMA, 14-7-1 UFC) fell to 5-3 since he returned to the UFC lightweight division in December 2015.

Lentz suffered the first true knockout loss of his career. His previous two TKO defeats came by doctor stoppage.

Lentz’s 68 takedowns landed in UFC competition are fourth most in company history behind Georges St-Pierre (90), Gleison Tibau (84) and Demetrious Johnson (74).

Preliminary card

Ladd (8-0 MMA, 3-0 UFC) owns a three-fight UFC winning streak in women’s bantamweight competition, which is tied for the third-longest active streak in the division behind Amanda Nunes (seven) and Ketlen Vieira (four).

Eubanks (4-3 MMA, 2-1 UFC) was unsuccessful in her UFC women’s bantamweight debut

Eubanks has suffered all three of her career losses by decision.

Desmond Green (23-8 MMA, 4-3 UFC) earned his second UFC victory in a 49-day stretch. He also won at UFC on ESPN 2 in March.

Green has earned 16 of his 23 career victories by decision. That includes three of his four UFC wins.

Danny Roberts (16-5 MMA, 5-4 UFC) has suffered all five of his career losses by stoppage.

Dawson (14-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC) has earned 13 of his 14 career victories by stoppage.

Mike Trizano (8-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC) had his eight-fight winning streak snapped for the first defeat of his career.

Trizano was unsuccessful in his featherweight debut.

Ed Herman (24-14 MMA, 11-10 UFC) improved to 2-2 since he returned to the light heavyweight division in January 2016.

Herman has earned 20 of his 24 career victories by stoppage. That includes eight of his 11 UFC wins.

Patrick Cummins (10-7 MMA, 6-7 UFC) fell to 3-6 in his past nine UFC appearances dating back to April 2015.

Cummins has suffered six of his seven career losses by stoppage.

Cummins’ six stoppage losses in UFC light heavyweight competition are tied with Mauricio Rua for most in divisional history.

Zak Cummings (23-6 MMA, 8-3 UFC) improved to 2-0 since he moved up to the middleweight division in December.

Trevin Giles (11-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC) had his 11-fight winning streak snapped for the first defeat of his career.

Julian Erosa (22-8 MMA, 1-4 UFC) fell to 0-3 since he returned to the UFC for a second stint in November.

Erosa has suffered three of his four UFC losses by knockout.

For complete coverage of UFC on ESPN+ 10, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

UFC research analyst and live statistics producer Michael Carroll contributed to this story. Follow him on Twitter @MJCflipdascript.

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Megan Anderson issues statement following submission loss to Felicia Spencer at UFC Rochester

Former Invicta featherweight champions Megan Anderson and Felicia Spencer squared off on the main card of Saturday’s UFC event in Rochester, New York.

The fight served as Spencer’s promotional debut and marked Anderson’s third octagon appearance.

Felicia Spencer was able to get her fight with Megan Anderson to the canvas in the opening seconds of the fight. From there, the most recent Invicta featherweight champion, Spencer, was able to lock in a rear-naked choke which forced her Australian opponent to tapout.

With the loss, Megan Anderson falls to 1-2 in the UFC, with her lone victory coming over Cat Zingano at UFC 232.

Earlier this evening, Anderson took to Instagram where she issued the following classy statement on her loss to Felicia Spencer at UFC Rochester.

“This sport comes with the highest highs and the lowest lows… Last night wasn’t my night. I am so proud and happy for Felicia. I know how much this meant to her and I am so excited to see what’s next in her career. Thank you to my family/coaches/team for everything. You push me to become a better person both inside and outside of the cage every day. Your unwavering love and support means the absolute world to me. To my teammates @grantdawsonkgd and @zakcummings a HUGE congrats on your amazing wins. I’m proud to stand by your sides and do battle.” – Megan Anderson

Meanwhile, following her impressive first round submission over Anderson this Saturday, Felicia Spencer proceeded to callout former UFC featherweight queen Cris Cyborg.

The Brazilian striking specialist responded to Spencer earlier this evening on social media (see that here).

Who would you like to see former Invicta FC featherweight champion Megan Anderson square off with in her next octagon appearance? Sound off in the comments section PENN Nation!

This article appeared on May 20, 2019


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