Conor McGregor Sends Message To Khabib Nurmagomedov One Year After Fight
Conor McGregor has aimed a dig at Khabib Nurmagomedov a year on from their explosive meeting at UFC 229 last October.
McGregor has marked the one-year anniversary of his devastating defeat to Nurmagomedov by issuing a message to the UFC lightweight champion.
"Fuck an 8 count let's dance baby #1yearago #moscow #shitinthebus #runningandshittingatthesametime," he wrote on Twitter with a GIF of himself being floored by Nurmagomedov.
Fuck an 8 count let's dance baby #1yearago #moscow #shitinthebus #runningandshittingatthesametime pic.twitter.com/q5uF2omvkP
- Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) October 7, 2019
Nurmagomedov returned from his post-UFC 229 suspension by defending his UFC lightweight title with a third-round submission victory over Dustin Poirier at UFC 242 last month.
The 31-year-old is expected to face Tony Ferguson in March or April and he has told McGregor to "get in line" ahead of a potential rematch.
"There's a lot of businessmen here and I think most of them will tell me to fight him, because it'll bring money," he said at an event in Russia.
"I'd fight all the main contenders first and I could fight him to benefit my agriculture projects.
Book my rematch for Moscow.
- Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) September 7, 2019
"I have to say that Tony Ferguson deserves it more, you have to give him credit. He is on a 12-fight win streak and he deserves it more than Conor.
"Conor has to come back, stop hitting old people. He is a professional fighter, he should come back, win and earn his place and get in line."
As Nurmagomedov alluded to, Ferguson is on an impressive 12-fight winning streak which includes a victory over Donald Cerrone in June.
Nurmagomedov and Ferguson have been matched up four times over the past four years, yet they've never actually fought.