"It's funny 'cause Conor and I have been around each other and have an interesting relationship, but him and TJ on two different occasions have gotten into it with things escalating to, you know, them kind of bad mouthing each other. So there's a little tension there as well and I think that's a good fight the fans would love to see. One time TJ and Conor and I in the back of the Ronda Rousey fight in LA, we were in just a private little bar with celebrities and the UFC brass and words were exchanged, and TJ was talking about Conor's title shot and Conor went back and forth and they were getting on each other's nerves, really. So I think they ended up having to be split up a little bit."
Seems like every time Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) interim featherweight champion Conor McGregor gets into a room with someone from Team Alpha Male, shit gets real. Real enough that outside observers are forced to intervene to avoid a situation like this (or even worse, this). "Notorious" had a brief scuffle with fellow Ultimate Fighter (TUF) coach Urijah Faber (more on that here) during the Irishman's showdown against Chad Mendes, a few months after he nearly came to blows with reigning bantamweight kingpin TJ Dillashaw. "The California Kid" told Submission Radio that Dillashaw is more well rounded than McGregor and has a pretty good chance of beating him if and when they ever throw down, an idea "The Viper" is willing to entertain after he finishes taking care of this.