After an easy win against Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205, where he was crowned UFC lightweight champion, Conor McGregor gave an angry interview in the Octagon with Joe Rogan.
McGregor's win was a historic one in the UFC as he became the first fighter in the promotion's history to hold two belts simultaneously.
The Irishman was angry that considering he had just made history, his featherweight belt was not immediately brought into the Octagon. Eventually, UFC president Dana White did eventually place the belt over McGregor's shoulder.
McGregor called Alvarez a 'solid competitor, a warrior' but also said the American should 'never have been in here with me'. He added that he wanted to 'apologise to absolutely nobody'.
Unfortunately, due to some profanity on McGregor's behalf, BT Sport cut the audio on much of the interview. Someone really should inform them that no MMA fan - EVER - has been offended by a little bit of swearing.
The UFC have released a far more uncensored version of the Conor McGregor Octagon interview, though there still is a little bit of bleeping.