McGregor Praises Garbrand In Light Of Dillashaw Test
T.J. Dillashaw is not having a good week, and Conor McGregor is looking to pile on.
The former UFC lightweight and featherweight champion got his jabs in on the now-suspended former bantamweight champion on Tuesday, by supporting former champion Cody Garbrandt.
McGregor has been vocal in his distrust for Dillashaw, who has been found to have tested positive for EPO in at least two drug tests between December and January of 2019.
Following the announcement that Dillashaw will be sidelined until 2021, McGregor would stand by Garbrandt and claim his two losses to Dillashaw should be stricken from the record.
The loyalty you showed for Urijah and your team on that faithful day in the TUF gym will forever stand out to me!
Enjoy this moment and these returned victories to you!
Clean and Unbeaten! https://t.co/c15qkvthOF
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) April 9, 2019
In 2015, McGregor and Urijah Faber were the coaches for a USA vs. Europe season of The Ultimate Fighter, where McGregor would call Dillashaw a “snake in the grass” and claiming he was going to turn their back on Faber and Team Alpha Male.
And while McGregor and Garbrandt nearly came to blows in the exchange, but the “Notorious” former champion seems to have major respect for Garbrandt.