Two days ago, Conor McGregor and his associates wreaked havoc on a bus filled with UFC fighters at the Barclays Center after a media event for this weekend’s UFC 223.One of the fighters, Ray Borg, was forced to withdraw from his fight on Saturday after he sustained an eye injury when some shattered glass got into his eye and cut his cornea during Conor’s attack on the bus.
Many on Twitter questioned whether Borg was telling the truth about his injury after the UFC released a video of the incident that shows Borg wearing glasses during the time of the attack.
Borg saw the criticism and immediately fired back by posting a picture of the injury as well as a letter from the hospital that treated him.
For the key board gangsters that think this is a cop out and for some reason think glasses make you invincible. I have mouths to feed and had a baby on the way leading up to this fight. I also extended this fight in agreement to fight Moreno at a later date due to his injury putting my family at more of a distress. I do not know why you think I can tell the future and think I planned this all out to “make money” off Conor I came into this sport to make money off of winning fights and after being medically examined by 2 doctors I was deemed unfit to compete so hey what do you know food was taken off of my families plate for something out of my control. And those who think it was a weight thing…. lol ask my guy who works for the Pi, I was 129 when I was taken to the hospital 3 pounds away from my weight nearly 24 hours from weigh ins also for those that say I was fine in the embedded video, you literally saw me for 4 seconds. So here is my medical report. @danawhite @ufc