Conor McGregor has once again vented his anger and frustration at Khabib Nurmagomedov and manager Ali Abdelaziz.
The Irishman, who is currently nursing a fractured leg, has despised the former lightweight champion for years.
Their rivalry reached a head in October 2018 at UFC 229, when Khabib submitted the ‘Notorious’ and proceeded to attack his teammates outside of the Octagon after the fight.
Instead of finding a positive resolution, the pair appear to be more embroiled in conflict than ever before and McGregor attacked the Russian on social media again.
In the past, McGregor has also made classless remarks about Khabib’s wife and his deceased father, Abdulmanap, all before deleting them.
Ali Abdelaziz, who represented Khabib before he hung up his gloves in 2020, decided to respond and also drew a nasty response from the Irishman.
Instead of ceasing there, McGregor then also decided to attack a random female fan after she referenced the former two-weight world champion’s previous allegations and investigations about rape and sexual assault.
Irish police and prosecutors declined to pursue criminal charges against McGregor, though a woman who accused him has since launched a civil case to sue him.
The 33-year-old has lost three of his last four fights and has won just once since 2016, a one-round KO of Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone at UFC 246.