Rose Namajunas perceived an reparation from Conor McGregor for his barbarous “bus attack” during UFC 223 media day in Brooklyn this past spring, though she pronounced it wasn’t adult to scratch.
On Apr 5, McGregor hurled a barrow by a window of a train transporting fighters following a media day eventuality in an try to get to Khabib Nurmagomedov, who was on a bus. Namajunas (8-3), a UFC strawweight champion who successfully shielded her pretension opposite Joanna Jedrzejczyk dual days later, was also on a train and pronounced she was aggrieved by a attack.
A few months private from a incident, Namajunas spoke about McGregor’s efforts to strech out to her secretly during Monday’s part of Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show podcast.
Her response to McGregor’s summary was brief and to a point.
“Yeah, we pronounced ‘f— that,'” Namajunas said. “I pronounced call Pat [Barry]. we only put Pat’s phone series and said, ‘f— that’ to whatever your summary is and call him.”
So did McGregor call? “No,” Namajunas said, and afterwards Barry chimed in.
“That didn’t come from Conor,” Barry said. “That reparation didn’t come from him.”
When asked if she was over a incident, Namajunas told Helwani, “No, man. When we got behind home, we stayed upstairs, sealed in a room since we were only paranoid about how crazy a week was. It was unequivocally tough. I’m still perplexing not to leave a residence too most or there will be times when I’m only like, ‘Yeah we should only go home,’ like we only have a uncanny feeling. we live in a unequivocally good neighborhood, there’s zero that unequivocally goes on around here. So, for me to be like sketch. … I’m still paranoid about everything. we have a therapist that we go see.”