Conor McGregor reveals winning bet on Sterling vs Cejudo UFC fight as he says ‘easiest money I’ve made’ in deleted tweet

CONOR McGREGOR boasted about making the “easiest money” of his life after Aljamain Sterling’s defeat of Henry Cejudo.

Sterling successfully defended his UFC bantamweight title with a split decision win over former champion Cejudo.

Conor McGregor reacts to Aljamain Sterling's win over Henry Cejudo


Conor McGregor reacts to Aljamain Sterling’s win over Henry Cejudo
Aljamain Sterling beat Henry Cejudo on points


Aljamain Sterling beat Henry Cejudo on pointsPhoto credit: Reuters

And McGregor has clearly gambled his money by backing the American at the bookies.

In a since-deleted tweet, he posted, “Easiest money I’ve ever made. No scratches on Aljo! Congratulations radio master!

“A good little fighter is Henry, but rest with these agendas all the time. The guy is under 20 fights in his career.

“His little feints and all ahaha omg please teach me mastermind lol.

“Did the splits like a stripper and got thrown on his ass hahaha oh lord it’s delicious @ProperWhiskey.”

In a separate video, McGregor, 34, claimed he was so confident in Sterling’s win that he spent his winnings BEFORE the fight.

He said, “Congratulations, Funk Master. Great fight. I knew you would win this fight, my man. The easiest money I’ve ever made.

“I’ve shopped before and everything is Gucci.”


Cejudo, 36, was beaten on his return to the octagon after a three-year hiatus.

And now it looks like Sterling, 33, will take on Sean O’Malley, 28, after the pair clashed following the cage fight.

O’Malley said, “You look better than that. “You looked like s***. You better be able to lose weight soon.”

But Sterling hit back: “So why did you run away? Why did you refuse the title listing? That’s what I thought.

“Because I’m gonna drag your ass up and down that octagon. Get that piece of shit out of my cage.”

Sean O'Malley and Aljamain Sterling face off


Sean O’Malley and Aljamain Sterling face offPhoto credit: Getty

Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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