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'Bitter' Conor McGregor Went Back And Forth With Khabib Overnight In Most Toxic And Extraordinary Battle Yet

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'Bitter' Conor McGregor Went Back And Forth With Khabib Overnight In Most Toxic And Extraordinary Battle Yet

Conor McGregor has dismantled Khabib Nurmagomedov's entire career in his most bitter rant yet - with the retired fighter issuing a chilling response.


Despite losing to Poirier in January, McGregor used his time with ESPN's Stephen A Smith to unload on former rival Nurmagomedov.


Still bitter over his loss in October 2018, the 'Notorious' slammed Nurmagomedov's record and said he'd acheived 'f**k all' in the sport.

He fumed: "Where's he gone though? Where's he now?

"Yeah, why? He went sprinting. He's gone, s**t his jocks, became fat and is riding off... He's done nothing in the sport. F**k all he's done in the sport."


When told Nurmagomedov is undefeated, McGregor didn't take it well.

The 32-year-old replied: "Yeah, brilliant. And what? If he's 13-0 fighting guys with three wins and six losses, it was his father's shows. His father had the shows set up and he was fighting guys with two wins and eight losses.

"That's his record up until he's 20-0. He has three fights on the trot in the UFC that done him well, and then before that, it's nothing. It's pullouts, couldn't make weight. That's that, and now he's gone."

Nurmagomedov must've got word of McGregor's furious rant and took to Instagram to leave an ominous warning.


'The Eagle' posted: "There is nothing better in this sport than bring your opponent to the deep ocean, let them know what they're about, and let them tap."

McGregor was defeated by Nurmagomedov back at UFC 229 and it was a convincing result, tapping to a neck crank in the fourth round.

Since then, the former 'Champ-champ' has since rallied for a rematch, despite his foe choosing to retire in October of last year.


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Featured Image Credit: ESPN MMA

Topics: Khabib Nurmagomedov, Conor Mcgregor, Dustin Poirier, Football, UFC

Daniel Marland
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