Conor McGregor’s First Ever Tweet To Dana White Back In 2012, Before He Signed For The UFC
Conor McGregor's first ever tweet sent to Dana White has surfaced online and it shows how far he's come.
McGregor pleaded with the UFC president to sign him up to the premier mixed martial arts promotion back in 2012.
He sent a message to the UFC boss about giving him a crack at the "big time" in a brilliant post on Twitter.
"When you gonna give an IRISHMAN a crack at the big time @danawhite @UFC, Conor 'The Notorious' McGregor!! #145lbs-K.O-KING,,,KILLIN EM ALL," he wrote.
At the time of the tweet, McGregor was plying his trade for Cage Warriors and boasted a 11-2 professional record.
He had just beaten Dave Hill to become the CWFC featherweight champion.
Unfortunately for 'The Notorious', the UFC didn't sign him in 2012 but McGregor went onto make Cage Warriors history by defeating Ivan Buchinger to claim the CWFC lightweight title to become the promotion's first simultaneous two-weight champion.
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After capturing his second CWFC belt, the UFC came calling and snapped up McGregor who made an instant impression on his Octagon debut.
He destroyed Marcus Brimage in just 67-seconds to record a sensational UFC victory. The rest is history.
McGregor, however, walked away from the UFC in June after growing frustrated with the lack of opportunities - just six months after his triumphant comeback.
"I'm a bit bored of the game," the 32-year-old said after his third retirement in four years.
"I'm here watching the fight. I watched the last show - the [Tyron-Woodley-Gilbert Burns] show - I watched the show tonight.
"I'm just not excited about the game, Ariel. I don't know if it's no crowd. I don't know what it is. There's just no buzz for me."
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