Conor McGregor Deletes Tweet Aimed At Ali Abdelaziz: ‘I Hate You Bro. When You Die I’ll Celebrate’

Former two-weight UFC champion, ‘The Notorious’ Conor McGregor has unleashed a scathing Twitter tirade aimed at arch-rival, Dominance MMA leader, Ali Abdelaziz as well as once more sending responses aimed at enemy, Khabib Nurmagomedov, in a series of deleted tweets.

McGregor, who last featured in the main event of UFC 264 back in July, headlined the event against three-time opponent, Dustin Poirier — suffering an opening round doctor’s stoppage TKO loss to the former interim champion after he suffered a fracture to his left tibia at the close of the frame.

Tweeting a post aimed at former lightweight champion, Khabib asking for his former opponent to receive a medal for staying on the fighter bus during the April 2018 UFC 223 bus attack by McGregor and his entourage at the Barclays Center, Abdelaziz asked McGregor if he was drinking again, before claiming Khabib took his “soul“.

In response, McGregor posted a Google search result where he asked “Is there inbreeding in Dagestan“, to which Abdelaziz accused the Dubliner of insulting a nation and the Muslim religion once again.

Responding to the Dominance MMA leader, McGregor tweeted before subsequently deleting; “I hate you bro. When you die I celebrate“. Abdelaziz then replied letting the Crumlin native know he could hate as much as he liked, before asking him if he was consuming alcohol or cocaine.

In a separate post which appears to be aimed at arch-enemy, the retired former lightweight champion, Khabib — the 33-year-old posted “Cousin wife” before replying to a user, once more calling Khabib “inbred. Both posts have since been deleted by the former lightweight and featherweight champion.

Khabib and McGregor initially met back in October 2018 at UFC 229 in a lightweight title clash, where Khabib successfully lodged the first defense of his championship reign with a fourth round neck crank win. Both camps would then engage in a post-fight brawl at the T-Mobile Arena, with Khabib scaling the Octagon in search of McGregor’s teammate, Dillon Danis, while Khabib’s cornermen exchanged strikes with the Dubliner.


Ross Markey

An MMA fan since 2011 and covering the sport since 2016, Ross Markey has built himself into a top journalist in combat sports.

First catching on to MMA and the UFC in particular back when Brock Lesnar fought Shane Carwin, and even more so when he fought Alistair Overeem back in 2011, Ross really became enchanted with the sport from late-2013-2014 onwards.

He initially began covering MMA in tandem with football back in June 2016 just as he was finishing school. The first real event he covered on his own personal blog was UFC 200 in July of that year during international fight week. His content consisted of previews and event and results recaps. In between jobs, Ross produced content on the side before transitioning to a full-time position back in early 2019.

He initially started creating content on his own blog back in June of 2016, before becoming a staff writer, lead writer, and editor for websites such as MMA Motion, Combat Insiders, Fight Bananas, FightPost, Severe MMA, MMA Power Hour, FightBook MMA, LowKick MMA, and of course, Current MMA.

Back in 2019, Ross received the award Top Journalist of 2019 for FightBook MMA, before he was then promoted to the website's lead writer. Following a six-month period at MMA Power Hour, he was also employed as a junior editor for the company. Throughout his time in the industry, he has interviewed the likes of Colby Covington, Rhys McKee, Pedro Carvalho, Felicia Spencer, Eryk Anders, Jussier Formiga, Danni Neilan, Frans Mlambo, Alex Lohore, Blaine O'Driscoll, Modestas Bukauskas, Ross Houston, Jon Fitch, and Richie Smullen.

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