"There's nothing wrong with somebody overhyping himself," UFC boss Dana White said. "It's saying or tweeting dumb s--t. Things that are inappropriate. The crazy part is he's been trying to hit Ronda up. He wants to go train with Ronda. And then you're going to send a tweet like that with somebody you want to hang out with and train with. It just makes no sense.
"I don't expect people to be rocket scientists here; these guys aren't going to find the cure for cancer or anything. All I ask for is a little common sense. Just a little tiny bit of common sense. That's all I'm asking for here."
McGregor found himself in hot water after tweeting that he would like to engage in a threesome with Rousey and her rival, Miesha Tate.
Despite the tweet, the UFC has no plans of fining him.
"I talked to both Miesha [Tate] and Ronda [Rousey] and both where like, 'Whatever,'" White said.
White is hoping McGregor's minor slip-up on Twitter will be his last.
"He's actually a nice kid," White said. "He's a respectful kid when you hang out with him, and he's not an idiot. But he was that night. And we've all been there. He had his moment, and hopefully, that's the last one."
White is hoping McGregor will use some common sense before tweeting next time around.
"Basically, I just said use common sense when you're tweeting," White told reporters at a press conference in support of Saturday's UFC 166 in Houston.