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Conor McGregor Tells Deliveroo Driver Named 'Usman' To 'Hurry The F**k Up' With His Dinner

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Conor McGregor Tells Deliveroo Driver Named 'Usman' To 'Hurry The F**k Up' With His Dinner

Conor McGregor has gone on yet another social media rampage, this time taking aim at Kamaru Usman.

Well, sort of.

Credit: Twitter
Credit: Twitter

In true preparation for his upcoming trilogy bout against Dustin Poirier, the Irishman spent his Monday night placing a food order through popular delivery service Deliveroo.

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But in a cheeky swipe at UFC welterweight champion Usman, he decided to call out his delivery driver - also named 'Usman' - for being late with his meal.

He tweeted: "Hey @deliveroo, can you tell this bum Usman on his little bike to hurry the f**k up with my dinner."

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Had McGregor genuinely been waiting hours for his food and was fuming with his driver?

Or did he see the chance name similarity as an opportunity to have an indirect jab at his UFC rival?

Who knows?

Although the now-deleted tweet did draw a reaction from mixed martial arts fans on social media who wasted no time in spitting out hilarious memes in response to the bizarre call-out.

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I mean, you've gotta feel sorry for poor old Usman from Deliveroo who has found himself on the wrong end of an online hammering through no fault of his own.

The friction between McGregor and Usman only started relatively recently.

It all stems from the Irishman accusing Usman of "copying" his striking technique after the welterweight champ retained his belt with a devastating knockout victory over fan favourite Jorge Masvidal at UFC 261.

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In the aftermath of the highly-entertaining Jacksonville event, McGregor tweeted: "Usman even copying my shots now. Am I to fight this guy at some stage? I think so. Can't be copying my words and my shots and not get a smack for it. I like 170. It's mine soon."

Unsurprisingly, it wasn't long before Usman returned fire with a tweet of his own.

"Except when I touch you at 170, they go out," he replied.

"They don't even go out at 155 anymore for you. I finish people. You get finished."

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But in typical McGregor fashion, he wasn't going down without a fight and insisted on having the final word in the spat.

"Relax there, carbuncles. You big spotty back pox. You were ringside last time I fought at 170. 40 seconds is all it took. Why did you reschedule Burns fight ? What was the reason, that was never given to the public, why that already signed fight was then rescheduled?" He said in a three-part thread on Twitter.

"Never in all my time in this business, which is long before all of these fucking bums, have I ever seen a signed fight get rescheduled with no reason given whatsoever. So said fighter can recover from "undisclosed injuries". Excuse me what? The fight is signed/sealed/tix sold.

"F**k these juice heads anyway, I don't give a bollox. I'm just calling it as it is. I've the biggest balls in Ireland with two lump hammers attached to me elbows. Send me in and I'll pop that big pimple. Get 3 belts to go with my 3 commas.

Whether McGregor is genuine about moving up to the 170-pound division to challenge Usman for the title remains to be seen.

If he does plan on becoming the first mixed martial artist to win belts in three seperate UFC divisions, then he'll have to get past long-time rival Poirier first.

The duo, who have had their fair share of beef in the past, are set to lock horns for the third and final time at UFC 264 in July.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter / Arun Ravi

Topics: Conor Mcgregor, Dustin Poirier, UFC News, MMA News, UFC, Twitter, Australia, MMA, Kamaru Usman

Max Sherry
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