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Conor McGregor Warned He Is 'Finished' And Will End Up Fighting Jake Paul And The Kardashians

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Conor McGregor Warned He Is 'Finished' And Will End Up Fighting Jake Paul And The Kardashians

Conor McGregor is 'finished' and will be left to fight Jake Paul and the Kardashians, says Khabib Nurmagomedov's manager Ali Abdelaziz who has exploded on the UFC superstar.

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McGregor returns to action next month when he meets Dustin Poirier in a blockbuster trilogy bout at UFC 264.

But he has been told his career is done and will be reduced to fighting celebrities, ahead of his second Octagon outing of the year.

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Abdelaziz, who also manages UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman, pulled no punches when discussing the career of the Irishman.

During an episode of Hot Boxin' with Mike Tyson podcast, Abdelaziz brutally slammed McGregor: "You make money when you fight Conor McGregor, because he's a draw.

"But how long is that going to last for? Him and Dustin Poirier, I like Dustin, but both looked like sh*t [when they fought at UFC 257 earlier this year].

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"The McGregor thing is finished. McGregor now is going to be fighting Jake Paul, the Kardashians, he's gonna fight chicks... That's what's going on."

Image: PA
Image: PA

YouTube star Paul has relentlessly called out McGregor, who has refused to acknowledge his insults.

The former UFC double champion is extremely focused on the task at hand and says he is 'very confident' of victory on July 10.

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"All the marbles are on the line," said McGregor.

"I'm here training very, very hard. I'm about to go for my second session of the day. I'm in great condition already.

"I beat him in the original bout [in 2014]. I lost in the rematch. And then we've got trilogy, I've got a few little adjustments to make.

"I feel very, very confident. I'm very focused and driven.

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"And I'll go in there and put on one hell of a performance and get it back on July 10th."

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Topics: Conor Mcgregor, Dustin Poirier, UFC News, Fight News, UFC

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