UFC manager Ali Abdelaziz BLASTS Conor McGregor calling him a ‘high-end prostitute’ who is used by other fighters to ‘get clout’ as he reignites war of words with Irishman
- UFC manager Ali Abdelaziz has recently slammed Conor McGregor once again
- They have a long-standing war of words which peaked during UFC 229 in 2018
- McGregor is focusing on his trilogy bout vs Dustin Poirier on July 10 at UFC 264
Conor McGregor has been likened to a ‘high-end prostitute’ in scathing criticism from bitter rival and UFC manager Ali Abdelaziz.
The pair have been engaged in a long-standing war of words with Abdelaziz having managed McGregor’s foe Khabib Nurmagomedov – whom beat the Irishman during their ill-tempered UFC 229 showdown on October 6, 2018.
In the build up to that encounter, McGregor threw many verbal insults towards Abdelaziz, including brandishing him a ‘terrorist snitch’.
Conor McGregor has been labelled a ‘high-end prostitute’ by UFC manager Ali Abdelaziz
Abdelaziz managed Khabib Nurmagomedov who defeated McGregor at UFC 229 in 2018
McGregor is back in the Octagon on July 10 at UFC 264 in a trilogy bout against Dustin Poirier – having lost their second bout in January at UFC 257 on January 23.
When asked about that encounter, Abdelaziz laid into McGregor comparing him to a ‘high-end prostitute’ that other fighters use to promote themselves.
‘Now we have McGregor vs Dustin Poirier,’ he told Mike Tyson on the Hot Boxin’ with Mike Tyson podcast.
‘McGregor is probably going to quit again, because he is a quitter.
McGregor is preparing for his trilogy bout with Dustin Poirier (left) having lost January’s clash
‘He’s like a high-end prostitute, now people want to go out on a date with him to show, ‘Hey I have a pretty girl with me’. He is the pretty girl and after that you are with her, they can go show other girls, ‘Hey I got this beautiful girl, you want to date me?’
‘This means the fighters, they fight him and they get this clout, this look of fighting Conor McGregor, but they don’t understand Conor McGregor hasn’t won in three years.
‘Also you make money when you fight Conor McGregor because he is a draw – but how long is this going to last for?’
Although Abdelaziz was critical of his McGregor, he was factually incorrect with ‘The Notorious’ having won within the last three years – beating Donald Cerrone at UFC 246 on January 18, 2020.
McGregor has won within the last three years though, beating Donald Cerrone in January 2020
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