Conor McGregor Takes Aim At MMA Personality Hasbulla Magomedov, Hasbulla Fires back

Conor McGregor takes some shots at MMA personality Hasbulla on social media, calling him "'Little smelly inbred."

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Conor McGregor has taken aim at Hasbulla Magomedov on social media, seemingly out of nowhere.

Conor McGregor has been in more Twitter fights than actual MMA fights over the last year. The former two-division champion is still on the mend from a leg break that he suffered in his previous fight with Dustin Poirier last July. Since then he has been recovering and relaxing in style. These days McGregor can often be seen on one of his yachts or making trouble on social media. 

McGregor’s latest target is MMA personality Hasbulla Magomeov. Hasbulla as he is commonly referred to is a young MMA fan who burst onto the scene following his entertaining videos and his association with the MMA circle of Khabib Nurmagomedov. Hasbulla has a condition called Growth Hormone Deficiency, which affects his growth. He has used his popularity and cult following to make himself a star in the world of MMA. 

It seems that many fight fans are interested in the life of Hasbulla, from him attending UFC events to punching stars in the mouth, the fans are hooked on the tiny star. Hasbulla has also taken aim at McGregor and an unlikely feud has bloomed.

The grudge between Hasbulla and Conor McGregor continues to grow

Not long ago, Hasbulla received a pet chicken and he named it Conor McGregor. Three weeks later, it seemed as though McGregor would not respond, then out of the blue, he threw some shots back at Habulla. He sent a series of deleted Tweets Hasbulla’s way earlier this week.

“I’d love to boot that little gimp Hasbulla over a goal post,” McGregor tweeted and deleted. “How much to get him on the volley? Little smelly inbred. I’m gonna make it my mission to score a 3-pointer with him one day, hon the guard.”


Afterward, he claimed he had his own “UFC contract now” and offered to fight McGregor in Abu Dhabi if the former UFC champion is “really a man.”

This feud seems out of the blue but since the ball is now rolling it is lily that it will continue. McGregor is quickly becoming just as much or even more popular for his out-of-the-cage antics as he is for his inside-the-cage fighting. 

Published on September 1, 2022 at 9:45 am
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