McGregor and Hasbulla have exchanged messages on social media in view to some sort of contest.
The Russian superstar had been goading the UFC legend, who finally hit out at the MMA personality whose been dubbed 'Mini Khabib'.
He called Hasbulla a 'little smelly inbred' and threatened to 'volley' him in since-deleted posts.
Hasbulla responded by messaging Dana White, challenging the 'Notorious' to a fight in the UFC.
"Hey uncle @danawhite and @ufc please make it happen, let me eat this chicken @TheNotoriousMMA," he tweeted.
"I'm hungry, I’ll smash him with my mountain spirit. My brother @TeamKhabib smashed him and all his team, now is my time to rise! #HasbullaTime #CantDeleteMyTweetsConor."
Well, McGregor has issued his own fight demand to the UFC, asking the promotion to allow him to spar the 3 feet 3 inch phenom.
On Twitter, in a now deleted post, he wrote: "Let me spar hasbulla, ufc. Big gloves, a friendly affair. I swear."
The UFC boss has already weighed in on the beef between McGregor and Hasbulla.
He jokingly told the 34-year-old fighter to 'watch himself'.
He said: "Conor better watch himself. If he runs into Hasbulla then he's gonna be in some big trouble!"
McGregor hasn't fought since his TKO defeat to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 last July.
He's closing in on his return as he looks to snap his two-fight losing skid.
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