Michael Bisping replies to Conor McGregor’s statements regarding Daniel Cormier, saying, “DC is going to fu****g pull you limb from limb.”

Given the height differential between Conor McGregor and Daniel Cormier, former UFC champion Michael Bisping has stated that fighting ‘DC’ may not be in McGregor’s best interests.

If the two superstars had to fight, Cormier would rip McGregor’s body apart and effortlessly punish him, even if he only had one eye, according to Bisping.

Luis J, a comedian, was interviewed.

‘The Count’ Gomez weighed in on the recent controversy generated by McGregor’s tweets about Cormier in a video broadcast to his Believe You Me show.

“I’m just going to say this: be careful what you wish for, and be careful who you pick conflicts with,” Bisping added.

I don’t mean to disparage Conor McGregor, but I don’t care what kind of McGregor he is, whether he is a two-division champion or not.

DC (Daniel Cormier) is going to rip you apart limb by limb.

He can do it one-handed, with one eye, two eyes, or none at all, and he can do it after (drinking) 25 Modelos.

That ain’t a brawl.

That is homicide.

That is a form of attack.

“Someone contact the cops,” Bisping said in the video below (starting at 38:45). On Wednesday, McGregor issued a series of tweets in which he dubbed Cormier a “fat mess.” Bisping says McGregor’s verbal assault on Cormier isn’t acceptable because ‘DC’ was never known for having a ripped physique.

Conor McGregor has gotten himself in hot water following his loss to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264. UFC 264: Poirier v McGregor 3 Immediately following his second straight loss to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264, the 33-year-old Irish star made some derogatory statements about his opponent’s wife, Jolie Poirier.

McGregor sent a controversial tweet regarding Khabib Nurmagomedov’s father, mocking his arch-rival Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Fans and competitors alike have slammed him for his latest statements on Daniel Cormier.

‘The Notorious’ is still healing from a leg break sustained at UFC 264.

He has been placed on a six-month medical suspension that will keep him out of the game until January 2021.