Tony Ferguson has called out UFC champion Conor McGregor after landing the interim lightweight belt in Las Vegas.
The 33-year-old defeated Kevin Lee with a third-round triangle choke submission at the T-Mobile Arena on Saturday night.
While still in the octagon, the 23-3 fighter addressed McGregor as McNuggets and said he was going to “kick the ass” of the Irishman.
“You better come and f*****g defend that belt. Defend or vacate,” he added.
McGregor is the reigning UFC lightweight champion after defeating Eddie Alvarez in November 2016 in New York.
But the Irishman is yet to defend the belt, having taken on Floyd Mayweather Junior in August at the same arena which hosted UFC 216 on Saturday night. Read more