Conor Calls Khabib’s Manager A Snitch

Conor McGregor continues to take aim not only at his UFC 229 opponent Khabib Nurmagomedov, but also his manager Ali Abdelaziz.

During Thursday’s press conference for UFC 229, McGregor would take Nurmagomedov to task for listening to “that snitch” Abdelaziz.

“There is way deeper (expletive) than just a fight on Saturday night,” McGregor said. “I’m going to settle this the noble way for myself, and let’s see what happens after that.”

Earlier Nurmagomedov would claim that McGregor’s grandfather served in the British navy and was responsible for the deaths of Irish citizens.

“You should never take information from an informant,” McGregor replied “You should keep distance from an informant at all times. And that’s putting it for the media. That’s the friendly way of putting it.

“His manager is a (expletive) snitch terrorist rat. I could go into heavy detail – and I will go into heavy detail.”

“He was pulled off a flight going from Cairo, Egypt, to New York City on September 11th, 2001,” McGregor said about Abdelaziz. “He was caught with five passports in his possession. He turned informant and turned on the people he was working with. I don’t even know how that man is in this (expletive) country.”

McGregor’s information comes from MMA reporter Mike Russell, who has documented much of Abdelaziz’s life, including alleged criminal activity and his tenure as an FBI informant.

“I’d like to fight Ali. I’d like to fight that rat bastard,” he said. “He’s had a few fights. I may want to spark Khabib and headline that Madison Square Garden card. I may want to do that one.”

Initial Report: MMA Junkie


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