Khabib Nurmagomedov's agent Ali Abdelaziz has criticised Conor McGregor, claiming the Irishman is no longer a 'high level fighter,' following in the wake of his loss to Dustin Poirier.
Despite the fact the Irishman had lost the second fight between the pair, at the beginning of this year, he was still his usual cocky self ahead of the trilogy.
Included in McGregor's crosshairs was former rival Khabib, who has now retired from the sport, with the Notorious claiming the Russian had 'done nothing in the sport.'
The 33-year-old then took things to an even lower level, probably his lowest, which is saying something, when he aimed a dig at Khabib over the Russian's father's death last year.
Now Abdelaziz, whose had his own run ins with his client's fierce rival before, has told the former two weight UFC champion to 'work on his life.'
"Brother, Conor is not even a high-level fighter anymore," Abdelaziz told ESNews.
"He needs to work on his life. He doesn't need to fight anymore."
The Russian's agent also made a huge claim, saying that McGregor is currently on drugs, assuming recreational ones rather than performance enhancing, "He likes drugs again. He needs to go to rehab, like finish," Abdelaziz added.
McGregor's broken leg means he does have plenty of time to 'work on his life,' as he has a medical suspension until January.
Despite the injury, the Dubliner has already got back into the gym and will actually have a fight whilst he has the broken leg.
The one time professional boxer will actually be having a wheelchair boxing fight with impressionist Al Foran, who is famous for his McGregor impression.
Khabib meanwhile is talking up the biggest fighter in combat sport in the world right now, as he backed Hasbullah to beat former UFC champion Henry Cejudo.
The social media sensation reportedly keeps calling out Triple C and Khabib thinks his fellow Russian has a great chance.
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