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Conor McGregor Unleashes Huge Rant On "Fat Fool" Daniel Cormier After Diego Sanchez Claims

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Conor McGregor Unleashes Huge Rant On "Fat Fool" Daniel Cormier After Diego Sanchez Claims

Conor McGregor has called UFC legend Daniel Cormier a "fat fool" for doubting he wants to fight Diego Sanchez.

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McGregor took to Twitter last week and released a string of messages between himself and UFC president Dana White, in which he claimed he would fight anybody.

Cormier has taken issue with the Irishman's war of words with White and he is not convinced, especially when it comes to Sanchez.

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"So you're actually exactly what... I can't. So you believe this?" Cormier said on DC & Helwani.

"You believe that Conor would fight Diego Sanchez? Look, Conor's trying to use a guy like you [Helwani] to prove that yeah, he is willing to fight anybody.

"We just talked about Diego being done and the biggest star in UFC history is saying he will fight him. So if you say him saying he will fight Diego Sanchez means he will fight anybody, but the reality is Conor ain't fighting anybody. It has to be the right fight."

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'The Notorious' took issue with 'DC' and laid out exactly why he would have fought Sanchez in a scathing attack.

"I asked for May you fat fool, what you saying?" he begun.

"I fought in January and tried to go again but was purposely held back to be an alternate for a July fight. Wait 7 whole fucking months and "maybe" I'd get to fight? Are you stupid? What are you saying mate? I asked for May vs ANYONE!"

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He goes on to explain his 2020 "season plan" and why a fight with Sanchez would have made sense.


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Do you agree with Daniel Cormier's assessment of Conor McGregor?

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Let us know in the comments below.

Featured Image Credit: Conor McGregor/Instagram & ESPN

Topics: Conor Mcgregor, Daniel Cormier, UFC News, MMA News, Legends, UFC, Rivalries, MMA

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