Uh oh…It looks like Conor McGregor might have been busted using more unsavory terms during tonight’s UFC event…

Taking place in Gdansk, Poland tonight, UFC Fight Night 118 has been an entertaining ride. Featuring a number of well known local talents, the card is set to be headlined by Donald Cerrone vs. Darren Till.

So far the card has been solid, with some great finishes along the way. During the Fight Pass-streamed card, Artem Lobov squared off against Andre Fili in an entertaining affair. Standing octagon-side was Conor McGregor, a teammate of Lobov at SBG and current UFC lightweight champion.

Predictably, McGregor was in an animated mood. Jumping around and yelling commands at ‘The Russian Hammer’ during the three-round fight, McGregor shadowboxed in sync with the action.

Lobov eventually lost the decision, with Fili’s counter striking and wrestling proving too much. Interestingly, in the first of two videos of McGregor, the Irishman was told off during the fight:

McGregor in a Strange Mood

Then, actually during one of the rounds, Goddard stopped the fight and told McGregor “What’s gotten into you, Conor? Be professional.” Once Lobov and McGregor were backstage, some more video footage surfaced and it’s possibly damaging.

Deleted from the BT Sports Twitter feed, the following video has caused controversy. Appearing to show McGregor referring to Fili as a ‘faggot,’ the clip was taken down from Twitter, but saved by a reddit MMA user.

Watch on the player below:

Oh dear

McGregor’s comments, debatable as they are, come after he caused a stir before the Floyd Mayweather fight. Claiming he was ‘black below the waist’ during the MayMac world tour, ‘The Notorious’ certainly lived up to his moniker.

Then came the infamous ‘monkey’ comments, they happened during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel live, which was swiftly taken down from all channels. Is McGregor too explicit forTV?

Probably, but that’s part of what makes him so damn entertaining to watch.

Credit: Per Haljestam for USA TODAY Sports

UFC Gdansk Results List

Josh Emmett defeated Felipe Arantes by unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-25)

Aspen Ladd defeated Lina Lansberg by TKO (strikes), 2:33 of round 2

Warlley Alves defeated Salim Touahri by unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

Andre Fili defeated Artem Lobov by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Ramazan Emeev defeated Sam Alvey by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Brian Kelleher defeated Damian Stasiak by TKO (strikes), 3:39 of round 3

Marcin Held defeated Nasrat Haqparast by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Oskar Piechota defeated Jonathan Wilson by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Jan Blachowicz defeated Devin Clark by submission (rear naked choke), 3:02 of round 2

Karolina Kowalkiewicz defated Jodie Esquibel by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

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