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Conor McGregor has deleted his latest round of insulting tweets, after going after Khabib Nurmagomedov, the Russian's manager, and a fan.
McGregor is rarely quiet. Even when he's not trying to hype up a fight or a rivalry, the Irishman always finds something to say on social media.
Despite the fact that he lost to Khabib three years ago, and the Russian retired nearly a year ago, McGregor still targets his former rival a lot on social media, and in interviews.
On Thursday night he was at it again as he called the former undefeated UFC lightweight champion a 'smelly inbred' and claimed he had a 'cousin wife.'
As well as the heated rivalry with Khabib, which started with McGregor throwing a guard rail at a bus the Russian was on, the 33-year-old has often thrown insults at his rival's manager Ali Abdelaziz.
In the past, the former two weight UFC champion has called Abdelaziz a 'rat,' with the Egyptian recently saying the Irishman was 'easy money' for opponents, after his second loss to Dustin Poirier.
Khabib's manager also got involved on Wednesday, talking about McGregor 'insulting a nation,' which obviously didn't go down well with the Irishman, saying he'd 'celebrate' Abdelaziz's death.
It didn't end there though, with the Dubliner also having to delete insulting tweets towards a fan, not a fan of his admittedly, after she brought up some allegations against him.
McGregor has previously been accused of sexual assault, although the Irishman wasn't prosecuted there is still a civil claim against him.
He has categorically denied the claims and when one Twitter user brought up the allegations he wasn't happy about it at all.
McGregor also recently tweeted out the proof of how many buys his pay-per-view third fight with Poirier did, but Dana White admitted he didn't mind at all.
For once a controversial post he didn't have to delete and did no damage, if only they were all like that...
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