Conor McGregor Brutally Mocks Jose Aldo On Twitter, Then Deletes Tweet
Conor McGregor is at it again - by it, we mean deleting Tweets.
The Irishman reacted to Jose Aldo's defeat to Alexander Volkanovski at UFC 237 in brutal fashion on social media, before swiftly deleting his post.
"'There goes the consensus greatest featherweight in UFC history Joe, you numpty' - me walking by the mirror in my Jon anik voice," he wrote.
The post racked up plenty of Retweets before being removed from Twitter.
It's not the first time McGregor has deleted a Tweet. He controversially attacked UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov on social media before deleting his post.
He didn't hold back when giving his thoughts on the current 145lbs king Max Holloway, too.
Before the unanimous decision loss to Volkanovski, Aldo was riding a two-fight win streak with scalps over Renato Moicano and Jeremy Stephens.
But it's back to the drawing board for the Brazilian, who's expected to lose his No.1 spot in the UFC rankings.
Conor McGregor, meanwhile, hasn't fought inside the Octagon since his submission defeat to Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229.
But his UFC rival Nate Diaz is set to return to the promotion after verbally agreeing to fight Anthony Pettis at the stacked UFC 241 in August.
UFC is finalizing a welterweight fight between Nate Diaz and Anthony Pettis for August in Anaheim, sources tell myself and @arielhelwani. ESPN story coming shortly. pic.twitter.com/D3On78dggG
- Brett Okamoto (@bokamotoESPN) May 12, 2019
Will McGregor return to the cage in 2019? Well, Dana White believes he'll be back in the summer.
"He and I are getting together very soon, within the next week, and we're going to figure out what's next for him," he said. "I see him fighting this summer."
Who do you want to see McGregor face next? Let us know.