Conor McGregor Targets Some Of MMA’s Top Coaches In Deleted Tweet

Conor McGregor is taking aim at some of the best coaches in all of MMA in his latest series of deleted Tweets.

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Conor McGregor is taking shots at some of the most prominent coaches in MMA. 

Conor McGregor is back at his old Tweet and delete ways on social media. This time he is targeting some of the biggest names in mixed martial arts training. McGregor has not fought in the UFC since July of 2021. He is targeting a return later this year but first is making a pitstop on The Ultimate Fighter. McGregor is coaching this next season across from his opponent Michael Chandler. McGregor’s role on the show is to coach his team to a victory over Chandler’s team. Now he is comparing his job on the series to some of the best MMA coaches in the world. 

In a series of since-deleted Tweets, McGregor takes aim at some of the most well-known coaches across the world. McGregor had his own coach, John Kavanagh on board with him in Las Vegas to help him out. He claims he beat the likes of Firas Zahabi, Greg Jackson, Jazier Mendez, and more. 

Conor McGregor claims to have beaten the system of top coaches on this season of TUF

McGregor explains in a Tweet that he believes his coach and the system they have in place is the best in the world and that it will be shown on The Ultimate Fighter. He was met with some clap back from MMA manager Ali Abdelaziz, a known enemy of McGrgeor. He then retaliated and claimed that his team has beaten fighters from each of the men he mentioned. 

“Hey, s–t stain on the game, I’m talking as of now it is beginning to bare fruit,” he wrote. “We beat their system of fighting on TUF. It’s locked down. It’s no wonder s–t pants scurried. There’s no competing now. The head of the style is too fat a b–ch and afraid to compete again. So we win. You can’t compete with us. Watch and witness you rat bastard.”

These comments are now deleted as McGregor often does but were caught in a screenshot for all to see. The mention of specific coaches might be construed as spoilers having known which fighters are in the TUF house and which have been trained by these coaches in the past. The series will begin airing in May and McGregor and Chandler will fight later this year. 

Published on March 22, 2023 at 10:22 am
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