Ali Abdelaziz, the manager of current UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov, has fired back at Conor McGregor following the Irishman’s controversial posts on social media.
McGregor would later delete the posts, but left the following message for his bitter rival.
“Don’t be scared of the rematch you little scurrying rat. You will do what you are told like you always do.”
Obvsiouly McGregor’s posts did not sit well with Khabib’s Manager. Ali Abdelaziz responded to the Irish superstar on Twitter with the following message.
“Talking sh*t, this guy is insulting someone’s wife and making fun of her religion and belief. He doesn’t realize he’s insulting 1.5 billon Muslims. Religion and family is a no no. You’re f*cked Conor, let’s see what the media is going to say now. He’s a rapist, and a b+tch.”
Abdelaziz’s comments and allegations come shortly after it was announced that Irish police were investigating McGregor over an alleged sexual assault.
The undefeated Russian, Khabib Nurmagomedov (27-0 MMA), has yet to address McGregor’s recent controversial social media posts.
“The Eagle” is currently serving his suspension from the NSAC. Nurmagomedov was disciplined by the commission for his involvement in the now infamous UFC 229 post-fight brawl.
Khabib defeated Conor via fourth round submission that October evening in Las Vegas.
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