Chael Sonnen has instructed Conor McGregor and his followers to neglect a fourth combat with Dustin Poirier after getting his ‘ass whipped so dangerous’ at UFC 264 of their trilogy bout.
The Irishman left the T-Cell Enviornment on a stretcher after fracturing his tibia and fibula on the finish of the very first spherical throughout the third combat between the 2 lightweights.
With the rating now 2-1 in favour of Poirier, it will appear inconceivable and illogical for a fourth combat between the pair, particularly given how dominant ‘The Diamond’ was.
The 32-year-old butchered his opponent from the highest, gained the placing exchanges and managed to face up to a uncommon submission try as nicely.
Though the harm was unlucky, the consequence appeared a foregone conclusion after 5 minutes with a bloodied and breathless McGregor struggling to cope with the tempo and stress of the Louisiana-native.
And former middleweight and light-heavyweight title contender Sonnen fears discuss of a fourth combat is distracting from the brilliance of Poirier.
“Let’s begin with an incredible narrative that there needs to be a fourth combat,” Sonnen stated on his YouTube channel. “Do you perceive the disrespect that you’re displaying to Dustin Poirier?
“For any of you that suppose that that combat warrants one other combat, we will do it for cash, we might do it for consideration and money.
“We will do it for lots of issues, however competitiveness and structure of sport are none of them.
“That was a beating. That was a beating like few I’ve ever seen.
“And don’t neglect; two of the three licensed judges that elevated themselves to a important occasion of a pay-per-view had it 10-8. Are you aware what 10-Eight means?”
“It has already been rewritten, and that simply fascinates me,” Sonnen added.
“If you happen to get your ass whipped so dangerous that you just’re damaged, that doesn’t get you a rematch.”