Conor Mcgregor Brands Nemesis Khabib Nurmagomedov ‘Fat B**** With T**S’ After MMA GOAT List Snub


‘Notorious’ took to social media on Wednesday to implore fighters to stop making winner takes all bets after Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia agreed to a full purse wager ahead of their clash this weekend.


A Twitter user brought up Nuramgomedov’s fourth-round submission win over the Irishman at UFC 229 in 2018 by replying: “You still owe your fight purse to Khabib after that mauling.”

McGregor took his chance to fire a shot at his long-time rival who retired from fighting in 2020 and has been seen sporting a fuller figure ever since.

He wrote: “Khabib is a fat b**** with t**s now, lad.”

The former dual-weight champion was recently irked when Nurmagomedov rele ased his ‘MMA GOAT’ list and fans noticed one big name was missing.


Fedor Emelianenko, Jon Jones, Georges St-Pierre, Anderson Silva, Demetrious Johnson, and Daniel Cormier, were just some of the names on the list.


However, McGregor’s absence was all anyone talked about. In some part because Nurmagomedov ranked Jose Aldo as the seventh-best fighter of all time despite the fact he got knocked out in 13 seconds by ‘Mystic Mac’ in 2015


The 34-year-old initially responded to the snub by making another reference to Nurmagomedov’s seemingly premature retirement at 32 years old.

In a now-deleted tweet, he said: “In the end it’s who’s left. Don’t forget. God bless Tidl Sports Science.”


For the most part, though, McGregor is focused on finding new rivals.

Right now, he’s preparing to face Michael Chandler in his first fight since suffering a fractured tibia and fibula when facing Dustin Poirier for the third time at UFC 264 in July 2021.

McGregor is hoping a win over the three-time Bellator champion will put him in contention for a shot at Leon Edwards’ welterweight title, as he aims to become the first three-weight champion in UFC history when he returns to the Octagon.

Nurmagomedov was enjoying a hugely successful post-fight career as a coach before deciding to leave MMA altogether so he can spend more time with his family.


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