Conor McGregor Threatens To Leave The UFC If Not Given Ownership Stake In The Company
Conor McGregor wants a larger piece of the pie after breaking every UFC sales record at UFC 205.
During last night’s post-fight press conference, Mcgregor demanded an ownership stake in the company.
If you want to come at me, if you want me to stick around and help service that debt and continue to push the company, bring me on board — for real,” McGregor said at the post-fight press conference. “I need to be set for life for this. If you want me to be truly on on board, then I need to be all-in on this proper, as an owner, and have an equity stake in the company. That’s what I’m looking for.”
“They’ve got to come talk to me now,” “Both belts. Money. I want the ownership now. If we’re going to keep doing this, let’s talk, but I want an equal share. I want what I’ve deserved, what I’ve earned.”
McGregor went out to say that he was taking a bit of time off to spend time with his pregnant girlfriend but it looks like he’s also ready to take a long layoff if it means he can negotiate a bigger contract.