Conor McGregor's late-night Twitter spree is back and we couldn't be more happy about it.
It's been a while since Twitter users have been graced with a late-night tweet spree from former UFC champion Conor McGregor. But on Wednesday evening we all recieved a gift and that was McGregor spilling his opinions about everything from Michael Chandler to WWE Summerslam.
Here's some of the best tweets (assuming he doesn't also go on a deleing spree)
Conor McGregor goes in on Roman Reigns and Paul Heyman
The rant started with McGregor going in on WWE personalities Roman Reigns and Paul Heyman.
"Wannabes," he said along with a photo of the pair.
He then followed that tweet up with a photo of himself holding his two Cage Warrior belts and wrote, "2012. Champ Champ."
He then retweeted a fan joking that he'd show up to Raw to which McGregor wrote, "I’m gonna suplex Paul Hayman on site.
He also posted a voice note of him growling and "You're barking up the wrong tree Paul Heyman," the note says in the absolutely most terrifying voice possible. "We've lost count at the amount of bodies I've seen take their last breath."
From there McGregor said he'd come to Summerslam.
"Summerslam I’ll pull in on the yacht. Roman and Paul out the bus," he tweeted.
He also shared several photos of himself, for reasons unknown.
Conor McGregor promised to crush Michael Chandler
After taking a break from WWE tweets he found a clip of Michael Chandler predicting he will "bounce" McGregor's head off the canvas when they fight for The Ultimate Fighter 31 finale.
McGregor had his own prediction, "You’re getting crushed, pal."
He also retweeted a fan who shared side by side photos of the two future opponents.
Conor McGregor reacts to Manny Pacquiao lawsuit
On Wednesday it was announced that Paradigm Sports had won their lawsuit against boxer Manny Pacquiao. The lawsuit alleged that he breached a contract and the courts awarded Paradigm $5.1 million in damages.
This also happens to be the same management company of McGregor and he weighed in on the news.
"... don’t let it happen again," he tweeted tagging the boxer.
At press time he was still tweeting nonsense and we'll be sure to update this if he tweets anything of value.