Ali Abdelaziz simply can’t help himself when it comes to taking shots at Conor McGregor.
Abdelaziz is a well-known MMA manager who has long had beef with the “Notorious” one. Abdelaziz manages Khabib Nurmagomedov and when “The Eagle” and McGregor were gearing up for their Oct. 2018 showdown, “Mystic Mac” hurled personal digs towards Ali.
Ali-McGregor Feud Continues
Taking to his Twitter account, Ali Abdelaziz once again found a way to take a dig at McGregor.
Brian, this guy has not won a fight since the 90’s, you a lot better than him. This guy get beat up inside the cage and outside the cage. https://t.co/CVxWFQE1r4
— Ali Abdelaziz (@AliAbdelaziz00) February 19, 2022
“Brian, this guy has not won a fight since the 90’s, you a lot better than him. This guy get beat up inside the cage and outside the cage.”
Back in April 2021, Abdelaziz slammed McGregor for taking aim at UFC Welterweight Champion Kamaru Usman.
“Conor McGregor is the biggest piece of sh*t scumbag in the sport,” Abdelaziz told TMZ Sports. “Kamaru Usman is a great father, he’s a great husband — he’s not a jackass. You know, if you have a problem with him, fight the man, right? But we know that Conor doesn’t have the balls, he’s not enough of a man to fight anything like Kamaru. He’s not enough of a man to even look him in his face, right? If he looks him in his face, he’s probably going to say, ‘hello, how are you? How you doing, sir?’ Because this is like a grown man fighting a little girl, right?
“And the internet creates a lot of heroes. Everybody can talk sh*t, but realistically, if you put these two guys in a cage, in a street fight, in the trunk of a car, in a jail cell, you know, who’s going to be who’s daddy. Kamaru Usman will be Conor’s daddy every day of the week.”
McGregor has been out of action since his July 2021 trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier. McGregor broke his tibia and fibula in the fight, resulting in a TKO loss against “The Diamond.” He underwent successful surgery and has been putting on more muscle before he’s able to hit the pads again.