Conor McGregor vs Islam Makhachev might possibly be the closest fans could get to a Conor-Khabib Nurmagomedov rematch
Ali Abdelaziz vs Conor McGregor Twitter battle rages on. This time the CEO of Dominance MMA accused McGregor of being a scaredy pants.
With McGregor being sidelined due to the ankle injury he suffered in the trilogy bout against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 in July, this year, a lot of talks of his next opponent have been ever-present.
‘The Notorious’ is expected to be back early next year, at least that is what the Irishman believes. His 6-month medical suspension also ends in January 2022.
In the wake of this, Abdelaziz took to Twitter to claim that McGregor wouldn’t accept a fight against his client Islam Makhachev since his heart has become small.
“Conor McGregor vs @MAKHACHEVMMA. This fight won’t get approved by Athletic Commission because his heart is small now , as a chicken heart.”
Conor McGregor shows his support for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Ex-Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked on the 21st of November as the coach of ‘The Red Devils.’
United’s dismal 4-1 defeat against Watford on the 20th of November rang the death knell.
Following Solskjaer’s sacking, lifelong Manu fan, Conor McGregor paid tribute to the ex-boss.
“I want to give a major shout out, and a huge thank you to the living legend that is Ole Gunnar Solskjær! Ole you are forever, Sir! Icon! Inspiration! Hero! Legend! Thank you Ole ❤️ @ManUtd.”
He then posted a picture of OGS after winning the 1999 UCL, writing:
“This is what “Forever Legend” looks like.”
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