UFC superstar Conor McGregor accuses Dustin Poirier's The Good Fight Foundation of fraud following a recent auction after UFC 302.

Poirier lost to UFC lightweight champion Islam Makhachev in the main event of UFC 302 last month. Just days later, McGregor canceled his scheduled comeback fight against Michael Chandler at UFC 303 due to a toe injury.

McGregor has not fought since breaking his leg against Poirier in the UFC 264 trilogy. Since then, Poirier has fought for the belt twice, losing to Charles Oliveira and Makhachev.

The relationship between McGregor and Poirier has seen many twists and turns during their time in the UFC. In the lead-up to and immediately after UFC 264, any cordiality between McGregor and Poirier fizzled out after McGregor launched a series of personal attacks against Poirier and his wife.

After UFC 302, Poirier auctioned off all of his fighting gear. All of the proceeds went to his foundation. The Good Fight Foundation supports young people in Louisiana with school supplies and other necessities.

Poirier appeared on The MMA lesson on Wednesday and announced that Khabib Nurmagomedov has made a bid for the fight gear after the original bid fell through. McGregor, who has a dark past with Nurmagomedov and Poirier, took the opportunity to attack his two former rivals.

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