Conor McGregor went in on Twitter like a madman, taking shots at Khabib Nurmagomedov
It looks like McGregor will never let go of Khabib.
Beginning with the bus attack at UFC 223, which UFC President Dana White calls the most disgusting thing in UFC history, McGregor and Khabib have had bad blood between them.
Tensions then boiled over at the UFC 229 main event between Khabib and McGregor. Once McGregor lost, he took to Twitter taking frequent shots at Khabib and his team, and in fact he still has been
The Irishman recently went on an explicit ‘homophobic’ rant aimed at the ‘Eagle’, on Twitter
However, ‘The Notorious’ quickly deleted those tweets, but as usual keyboard warriors and Twitter lurkers did their homework perfectly by screenshotting the Tweets.
In one Tweet, McGregor’s words revealed how the Irishman was yet to come to terms with his UFC 229 loss; going to the extent of calling Khabib, homophobic.
And the remaining ones were pictures of Khabib taken at a ‘wrong timing’, twisted by McGregor to make it appear skanky, with explicit sexual captions.
Here are McGregor’s deleted tweets:
Conor McGregor acknowledges Claressa Shields as she is set to make MMA debut
Claressa Shields is all set to make her MMA debut next month. The multi-division boxing champion will be testing the murky waters of PFL, when she takes on Brittney Elkin at PFL 4 on the 10th of June.
Shields recently claimed that she was afraid of none in the world of MMA, despite critics hinting that she would struggle as a mixed martial artist, having only boxed all her life.
McGregor showed his support for the champion Boxer, showering her with words of praise.
“Respect this multi weight boxing world champion! Competing in her first MMA fight next month. A rare occurrence that is to be lauded with praise! Real courage a lot of her male counterparts do not possess. Good luck Clarissa! Another multi weight, multi sport savage! Welcome.”
It is worthy noting that Shields very recently became the first world champion boxer in four-belt era to hold undisputed titles in two different weight divisions, after beating Marie Eve-Dicaire, on the 5th of March this year.
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