Mixed Martial Arts: Stallone says McGregor is at a crossroad in his lifestyles


Reuters) – Actor Sylvester Stallone says he believes Conor McGregor is at a crossroads in his life after the MMA fighter’s modern arrest and an in advance loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov. “If he cannot triumph over his fear and beat this guy,

I assume it’s going to plague him for the rest of his existence,” Stallone, a minority owner of the UFC, advised TMZ Sports. McGregor was arrested in Miami Beach closing week after a fan said the Irish mixed martial arts fighter smashed his smartphone and walked off with the shattered stays, in line with police statistics. He turned into booked on suspicion of theft and crook mischief and later released on bond.

Nurmagomedov retained his UFC lightweight identify with a submission victory over McGregor in October, and then a brawl broke out with members of the Russian’s assist crew arrested. The 72-12 months-old Stallone, well-known for his action roles, including boxer Rocky Balboa, said McGregor has to tell himself: “Okay, I’ve long gone through a tough time.

I’ve been extremely publicly humiliated. I’m at a crossroads in my existence … I actually have to conquer a top-notch opponent who appears invulnerable.” Stallone added he would really like to see a rematch between McGregor and Nurmagomedov. “This is a crossroad in his existence,” Stallone stated of McGregor. “This might be the most important one due to the fact if he would not live up to his perfect … If he can’t triumph over his worry and beat this man,

I suppose it’s going to plague him for the rest of his existence.” Neither McGregor nor a spokesperson may be reached for immediate comment. The fighter changed into charge in April 2018 with 3 counts of assault, and one relies upon criminal mischief after police said he attacked a constitution bus in New York wearing UFC opponents. He later pleaded responsible to a reduced disorderly conduct price.