Video And Transcript Of Conor McGregor’s UFC 205 Post-Fight Speech

Conor McGregor’s UFC 205 post-fight speech in the Octagon after demolishing Eddie Alvarez in NYC on Saturday night was censored in many parts of the world due to the amount of profanity used, but you can check out a transcript of what he spaid below as well as watch the video for yourselves.

“Where the f*ck is my second belt!?!?,” McGregor shouted just moments after Dana White had told him he only had the lightweight title for him, not his featherweight belt. “Where’s the second at?! Cheap motherf***ers. Go backstage and grab that f***ing belt from somewhere. I only won it and you’re trying to take it from me already. What the f***!”

“They’re not on my level. You’ve got to have size, reach, length and other attributes. If you come at me anyway, I’m going to rip your whole head off at any time. Eddie is a solid competitor. Eddie’s a warrior, but he shouldn’t have been in here with me”

“Thanks everyone for coming out, I f***ing love every one of you, I swear to god. You’ve traveled the world with me. You’re the reason why we’re at the top of the game, because of me and because of you.”

“What’s next for me? I’m gonna get that second belt. Where the f*** is it!?!? I’ve spent a lot of time, Joe, slating everyone in the company. Backstage, I’m standing here and fighting off everybody. I’ve ridiculed everyone on the roster and I just want to say from the bottom of my heart, I’d like to take this chance to apologize… to absolutely nobody! The double champ does what the f**k he wants!”

At that stage McGregor was finally handed a second belt by Dana White (which it would later emerge was actually Tyron Woodley’s welterweight strap).

“Let me raise this motherf*****! This what I dreamed of. This is what I dreamed into reality! Oooooh, that looks good. Oooooohoo, that looks good! God bless!”

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