Dustin Poirier Says Conor McGregor Avoiding Jail Is Good For Weight Class

dustin poirier says conor mcgregor avoiding jail is good for weight class
Dustin Poirier Says Conor McGregor Avoiding Jail Is Good For Weight Class

Dustin Poirier Happy Conor Ain’t Locked Up It’s Good For Our Division

7/27/2018 4:11 PM PDT

Conor McGregor ain’t goin’ to prison — and UFC star Dustin Poirier couldn’t be happier about it — telling TMZ Sports they can finally figure out who’s the baddest lightweight fighter in the world.

Poirier — the #4 ranked lightweight who’s headlining the UFC on FOX 30 card this weekend against 3rd ranked Eddie Alvarez — says he didn’t want McGregor behind bars — despite the Barclays Center melee.

“I’m happy that he’s free of all that stuff now. Like I said, the division can get moving. It’s been top heavy and not moving for awhile.”

Speculation is McGregor — whose last UFC fight was in November 2016 — will fight current lightweight champ Khabib Nurmagomedov later this year.

Poirier says after he beats up Alvarez … he wants the winner of Conor-Khabib (assuming the fight goes down).

“I don’t about what’s going on with Eddie and what happens with him, but when I win this fight, I’m next in line.”

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