Conor McGregor does not seem to have any nice words for UFC's new signee Hasbulla Magomedov. In a recent rant on Twitter, 'The Notorious' went hard on the pint-sized internet sensation who maintains a close relationship with his former foe Khabib Nurmagomedov.
In a now-deleted string of tweets, the Irishman heavily trolled the Tik Tok star at the expense of his short stature. Although the tweets have since been deleted, screenshots of the same have gone viral on the internet. Here's what the Irishman tweeted against the Russian:
"I’d love to boot that little g*mp Hasbulla over a goal post."
"How much to get him on the volley?"
"I’m gonna make it my mission to score a 3 pointer with him one day, hon the gaa."
"Little smelly inbred."
Check out McGregor's deleted tweets below:
Hasbulla was born with a form of dwarfism. He is believed to be 20 years old despite being 3 foot 4 inches in stature. He initially came into the limelight after an MMA-esque face-off between him and Adbu Rozik went viral. Rozik is also believed to have a similar condition.
Watch Hasbulla and Abdu Rozik's face-off below:
Earlier this month, the social media sensation confirmed in an Instagram post that he had signed a deal with the UFC.
When pound-for-pound king Alexander Volkanovski came to Hasbulla's aid against Conor McGregor
Earlier this month, amidst his Twitter war with Conor McGregor, the Russian internet sensation got an unlikely ally in none other than the UFC featherweight champion and pound-for-pound king Alexander Volkanovski.
Responding to the Irishman's Twitter onslaught against the Russian, Volkanovski stated that 'The Notorious' will have to deal with him if he doesn't lay off his "mate":
"You’ll have to go through me first, Leave my mate alone @TheNotoriousMMA."
After Khabib Nurmagomedov's call-out during lightweight champion Islam Makhachev's post-fight interview at UFC 280, Volkanovski might very well be next in line for a title shot at 155 lbs.
In a recent tweet, 'The Notorious' also suggested his intentions of having multiple fights in the coming year. According to UFC President Dana White, Conor McGregor is gearing up for a 2023 return to the octagon.