According to former UFC light and featherweight champion Conor McGregor, a certain opponent should receive an “S *** in his pants” medal.
As “Notorious” likes to do, the Irishman took to Twitter and randomly fired a shot at his rival, former UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. The two have a fiery history and still hold the record for best-selling UFC PPV of all time.
McGregor and “The Eagle” battled Nurmagomedov’s 155-pound title at UFC 229 in October 2018, with the Russian defeating Notorious in the fourth round.
On Wednesday October 13, 2021, McGregor went to Twitter to ask the head of the Russian Committee of Inquiry, Alexander Bastrykin, where Nurmagomedov’s Defecation Medal is. Notorious also shared a screenshot of The Eagle with a scared expression on his face.
See McGregor’s tweet below:
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Nurmagomedov’s managers Ali Abdelaziz and McGregor have also been arguing for years about the two shooting at each other via traditional and social media. No wonder, then, that Abdelaziz responded to Notorious’ tweet on Wednesday.
“You’re drinking again, boy, he takes your soul, but never give it back Punk-B ***”, Abdelaziz tweeted.
Well, Notorious responded with a screenshot of a question and answer on “Inbreeding in Dagestan,” where Nurmagomedov is from.
The Eagle’s manager fired back at McGregor, writing, “Here we go again insulting the people, nation and religion. It’s not funny, my dream to see you in person.”
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