Conor McGregor fuels more talk of a fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov 3 years ago

Conor McGregor fuels more talk of a fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov

UFC fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov called out lightweight champion Conor McGregor after his most recent win at UFC 219...

And it looks like Conor has taken notice.

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The MMA-fighter-turned-boxer from Crumlin took to Twitter today to address Khabib's call out, slamming the 29-year-old's performance in his win over Edson Barboza. Nurmagomedov said after the win that he would happily fight McGregor and the UFC's number one ranked lightweight Tony Ferguson in the same night.

In a brief tweetstorm, Conor McGregor made it clear that we would fight Nurmagomedov as long as the money was in order.

He also took the opportunity to remind the world that his brand of whiskey would be on the market soon, claiming that he'd be earning "Diddy bread," a reference to the rapper-turned-entrepreneur P. Diddy, who successfully moved into the business arena by selling Ciroc Vodka, among other things.

On Nurmagomedov, McGregor wrote "That Dagestani was dog shit the other night you's are all nuts. Game full of sloppy bums asking to be slept. Pay me my worth and Kings back."

"Truly truly truly get on your fucking knees and beg me. Otherwise I don't give a bollox. My whiskey is out this year and thats Diddy bread."

"And that's Diddy bread on top of already Diddy bread," he concluded, presumably referring to the money he made for fighting Floyd Mayweather back in August.

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