JOHN REDMOND insists that Conor McGregor’s enclosure advance cost him his blocking in his quarrel with Charlie Ward.
The Team Ryano middleweight was beaten by McGregor’s Straight Blast Gym team-mate during Bellator 187 in Dublin on Friday.
Ward forsaken Redmond with a shot right during a finish of a initial round.
But an extraordinary theatre saw McGregor, in a faith that a quarrel was over, stand into a cage.
McGregor shoved arbitrate Marc Goddard and slapped a Bellator central who attempted to pull him from a enclosure on his second try to benefit entry.
Redmond says McGregor’s actions not usually influenced a result, though overshadowed a whole fight.
“We had a good quarrel in there and we consider him jumping into a enclosure overshadowed a whole quarrel and a whole event,” Redmond told MMA Fighting.
Redmond believes he was in control of things with adult until a shot that brought a hitch to an end.
“I don’t wish to p… and blubber about it. we don’t wish anyone holding empathize on me or anything like that,” he said.
“I didn’t get a win, though we showed we was in assign of a quarrel adult until that large shot during a finish of a round.
“I consider a quarrel was distant from finished and all a stupidity that was going on in there didn’t assistance me removing a possibility to go out for a second.”
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McGregor did an about spin and marched behind to a theatre shouting, “that was a f*cking stoppage”, suggesting that there was a discuss as to either a quarrel would enter a second round.