The feud between Conor McGregor and Jorge Masvidal doesn’t appear to be dying down anytime quickly. Masvidal aka “Gamebred” had talked about eager to “smash” Conor’s face earlier than he “overdoses on cocaine”. Masvidal has challenged McGregor for a combat and claimed that the UFC icon was “scared”. McGregor hit again with a “pigeon mind” barb.
McGregor has been lacking from the ring since he broke his leg final yr. Whereas he has returned to coaching, the Irishman is unlikely to make an look quickly. Taking a dig at McGregor’s harm woes, Masvidal prompt his long-term foe didn’t need to combat. Talking in an interview with the MMA combat, Masvidal mentioned, “If he did, he’d submit one thing, he’d say one thing, he’d most likely simply insult my mother or some relative of mine, my nation, the place I come from, one thing like that.”
Masvidal’s feedback didn’t go down nicely with McGregor who responded to it by posting a clip on social media the place he mentioned, “Insult your mum? What a loser you might be, mate. Me and your mum get alongside.”
Masvidal has lengthy been pitching for a combat with McGregor however UFC president Dana White has not been fairly conscious of the thought due to the huge weight distinction between the 2 fighters, reported Mirror.
McGregor has been concerned in a wide range of authorized disputes, together with two totally different allegations of sexual harassment, incarceration in Florida, and social dysfunction in his native Dublin.
Conor McGregor, who is likely one of the most iconic fighters within the historical past of the game, has featured in a number of high-stakes bouts in his storied profession. McGregor and boxer Floyd Mayweather confronted off in a blockbuster bout in 2017. If experiences are to be believed, each of them are in talks for a rematch of their sensational match that will be price round $1 billion.
Masvidal, then again, can also be dealing with points away from the ring. He’s presently in court docket together with his rival Colby Covington after being charged with deadly battery harm and allegations of an assault in Miami.