“Sorry McGregor but it’s not over yet” – Ali Abdelaziz fires shot at Conor McGregor


Conor McGregor and Ali Abdelaziz never seem to get enough of each other on Twitter

Hardly a week goes by without Conor McGregor and Dominance MMA CEO Ali Abdelaziz talking thrash on Twitter.

The back and forth have been ever-present since the rivalry between McGregor and Abdelaziz’s famous and favourite client Khabib Nurmagomedov, turned ugly.

Abdelaziz has very often been accused of using the Twitter accounts of his clients and getting into the heads of the respective fighters’ opponents.

Kamaru Usman next fight
Kamaru Usman and Ali Abdelaziz (The Sun)

In the wake of this, a morphed image of Abdelaziz with a plethora of mobile phones went viral.

Kamaru Usman, the welterweight champion, who is also managed by Abdelaziz, posted the same picture on Twitter and asked Abdelaziz to give his account back, with a satirical undertone.

Quote tweeting the same, Abdelaziz somehow found a way to bring up McGregor. He jokingly wrote:

“Only God can judge me. Let’s make this money. Soon I’m opening a cell phone shop. Sorry McGregor but it’s not over yet.”

Conor McGregor’s wheelchair boxing match postponed

Conor McGregor’s charity wheelchair boxing match against Irish impressionist Al Foran has been postponed for the third time.

The two were set to fight in September initially. It was then pushed to December, since McGregor had not fully recovered from the ankle injury he suffered at UFC 264.

And now, it has been pushed three more months to March 2022.

Al Foran tweeted:

“Due to time constraints the upcoming charity fight with Conor McGregor has been postponed until March folks, more time for @SirStevoTimothy to put on a show for the ages and more time for me to at least learn the basics of the sweet science.See you in March @TheNotoriousMMA.”

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