Conor McGregor has revealed that he and Mike Tyson have buried the hatchet and that they are now in good terms. Both men decided to put their beef behind after they came face to face at the heavyweight’s meet and greet at the Helix in Dublin.
The beef started last year when Tyson said the “Notorious” one would get killed in a boxing match with Floyd Mayweather.
Conor McGregor lost the bout via 10th-round TKO. Tyson also said McGregor’s “dumbass” placed himself in a position to be knocked out.
Putting his beef with the boxer “to bed”, Mcgregor insisted he would “always have the height of respect” for Tyson.
The 30-year-old Irish fighter shared a picture of Tyson exhaling smoke on Instagram after the Helix show, telling his almost 30million followers:
“I went to see Mike Tyson last night in the Helix, Dublin, Ireland.
“I love and respect Mike Tyson. And I love the Helix. I won my first World Title here, and also my second.
“It was good to meet you Mike. You spoke some things about me in the past which I did not like and I was happy to speak to you face to face, put it to bed and have some fun.
“You are in good spirits and I was happy to see this! I will always have the height of respect for you!
“Some decisions you have made around your finances I do not agree with.
“As a fighter you must fight here. The most. And this is a fight that never ends. It is even a fight that we pass on to our next in line. Our blood line.”
Conor McGregor and Mike Tyson end their beef after smoking weed together