Paul McGrath sends a classy final message in the Conor McGregror PJ Gallagher spat

Paul McGrath sends a classy final message in the Conor McGregror PJ Gallagher spat

LAST WEEK Conor McGregor, Pj Gallagher, and Paul McGrath were involved in an online spat over nationality, mental health and a whole host of other topics. The social media feud has now come to an end. 

For context last week an American sports host included the former two-weight world champion in her list of 'Top five British fighters'. Gallagher made light of the situation and remarked: “Normally this kind of thing winds me up but they can have this lad.”

McGregor who loves a tweet decided to have a go at radio presenter for comments made with him mocking his attempts to promote positive mental health campaigns.

The Crumlin native in a series of deleted tweets said: “@pjgallagher you little sad pic of a thing,”

“Sit up right and smile for a change will you, you sad c*** hahahaha and you’re crying in the paper about depression, posture like a prawn.”

Gallagher and McGregor went at it before McGrath sent a message of support to Gallagher labelling the UFC fighter a 'bully'

McGregor responded to that by calling the former Ireland footballer an 'Englishman' and calling both to take part in a charity boxing match.

A few days later the Crumlin native sent a farewell message to the pair a few days later saying: "That'll do, I'll tell you what that's the filer that.

"We're going to call it a day on the PJ and McGrath and all yeah, yous won this round lads yeah fair play to yous have a good one.

"Lads, you've won this round fair play to you, catch you on the flip. I'm gonna bow out and say you know what, I'm going to be the bigger man and bow out."

Mcgrath got the last word wishing the Dubliner well

"I hope we’re all had time to think . And realise how out of hand the back and forward this has got. I’m heading back to my corner. You do the same . With that I’ll wish you well . Cheers," wrote Paul McGrath on Twitter.

The Ireland legend was praised by fans online for his classy message

One user said: "This is what class looks like. You can learn class, but you can't buy class."

While another said: "Class, measured as always. Spoken like a human that has faced down himself and won. Nobody can touch you."