Conor McGregor Says Rafael Dos Anjos Is “Never Eligible” To Become The UFC’s BMF

Sorry RDA, no BMF belt for you.

Rda Conor
(via @rdosanjosmma - Instagram)

Conor McGregor says Rafael Dos Anjos is not eligible for the BMF belt.

RDA has always been a name that has revolved around the term BMF, and that’s because he is one. Look at the names on his resume. Khabib Nurmagomedov, Nate Diaz, Donald Cerrone twice, Benson Henderson, Anthony Pettis, Colby Covington, Robbie Lawler, Tony Ferguson, Eddie Alvarez, Leon Edwards, Kamaru Usman… should I continue?

Claim for BMF

On Thursday, RDA put his name in the hat to be named the BMF after Jorge Masvidal was arrested yesterday for allegedly attacking Colby Covington.

You’re either a BMF or you’re a sucker puncher,” RDA wrote on Twitter. “Can’t be both. @danawhite time to hand that belt to me.”

Never eligible

It did not take long for long time rival Conor McGregor to respond to RDA’s claim, saying he’s never eligible.

“Pulled out with a sore toe in what would have been the biggest fight of your bloodline’s existence. Past, present, and future. You are never eligible,” McGregor wrote.

The tweet was in reference to RDA pulling out of their scheduled fight. The pair were expected to fight at UFC 196 in 2016; however, ten days before the fight, RDA suffered an injury and withdrew. They were never scheduled to fight again.

RDA Returns Fire

The former champ has since responded to McGregor.

“Says the bitch that needs bodyguards to go weigh in and taps to rear naked chokes too scared to go to sleep…”

Well, that escalated quickly.

RDA is coming off a five-round beat down of Renato Moicano at UFC 272, while McGregor is recovering from his broken leg.

This week, McGregor was in the headlines as he was again arrested in Dublin.

Published on March 24, 2022 at 5:42 pm
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