Andrew Conway Forced To Apologise To Simon Zebo Following McGregor Fight
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Munster and Ireland star Andrew Conway has been forced to apologise publicly to former teammate Simon Zebo following Conor McGregors loss at UFC 229 on Saturday night.
The Irish MMA star was forced to tap out in the 4th round against Russian Khabib Nurmagomedov in a crazy fight that sparked explosive scenes afterwards between the two fighters and their respective teams.
Conway, who is clearly a McGregor fan, had a bet on with Zebo that his fellow Irishman would win. But with the former two-weight world champion failing to do so, Conway posted an apology to the “King’ Simon Zebo admitting his ‘stupidity’.
Check it out below. Conway will think twice before putting a bet on with Zebo again!