Conor McGregor, Paulie Malignaggi go at it again via web-based networking media
Not this once more.
This time a year ago, UFC star Conor McGregor discharged fighting film of a session with previous two-weight boxing best on the planet Paulie Malignaggi, who was sent in to enable the Irishman to get ready for Floyd Mayweather Jr.
That recording, which seemed to indicate McGregor flooring Malignaggi, before long turned into a web sensation and the two contenders returned and-forward via web-based networking media, and face to face, for what appeared months.
All things considered, they’re back at it once more, as McGregor was quick to help Malignaggi to remember their dubious competing session via web-based networking media.
Time flies when you are on your ass. https://t.co/YDhLHi2p0o
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) August 11, 2018
McGregor’s tweet sent Malignaggi into one of his standard furors, as the 37-year-old rushed to react to ‘The Notorious’, and his fans, in a few follow-up tweets.
Check them out below.
Dude has had 2 kids and an ass kicking since this and he still lives off a fake knockdown that he knows wasn’t real lol. @TheNotoriousMMA your feelings are still hurt? Dont get ur feelings hurt u lil bitch its still our lil secret. Dont run for your life when they ring the bell? https://t.co/cW0q13USYm
— Paul Malignaggi (@PaulMalignaggi) August 11, 2018
@TheNotoriousMMA dont let the inner bitch in u come out. We all know ur gonna pull out the Khabib fight last minute or spend the whole fight runnin 4ur life like u did in rd 5 of the Diaz rematch. U have No BALLS and u think of me 1 yr on cause the reality of my words burns u ?
— Paul Malignaggi (@PaulMalignaggi) August 12, 2018
Your only looking for a pay day off Conor . He would box the ears off you again ! There's not a chance Conor will pull out of this fight . He will beat Knock Khabib out .
— Lee Smith (@Leexx101) August 12, 2018
Allows simply trust, for battle sports fans around the world, that this most recent round of junk talk doesn’t revive any discussions of a conceivable battle between the two adversaries. McGregor, 30, is relied upon to challenge the undefeated Khabib Nurmagomedov for the lightweight title at UFC 229. The profoundly foreseen pay-per-see happens on Oct. 6 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.