Conor McGregor vs Khabib: Nurmagomedov’s manager describes Irishman as a ‘prostitute’ and talks rematch

Ali Abdelaziz thinks McGregor is a ‘prostitute b***h’ but says a rematch is possible

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Khabib Nurmagomedov’s manager has called Conor McGregor a “prostitute” and threatened the Irishman’s coach, John Kavanagh, for “talking crazy and making fun of my religion”.

McGregor was soundly beaten by reigning UFC lightweight champion Nurmagomedov on 7 October, dominated on the ground in the first two rounds before tapping out in the fourth.

He then became involved in an altercation with two of Nurmagomedov’s team-mates immediately after his loss, with a post-fight brawl quickly developing which is now under investigation by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

The build-up to the fight had been incredibly acrimonious, with McGregor at one point describing Nurmagomedov’s manager, Ali Abdelaziz, a “f***** snitch, terrorist rat” and invoking the 9/11 terror attacks.

And this week Abdelaziz finally hit back, describing McGregor as a “prostitute”. He did however admit a rematch could happen if Nurmagomedov wanted one.

“He’s talking about a rematch but he quit. He’s a bitch,” Abdelaziz told TMZ. “I said before that he is a prostitute and I still think that he is a prostitute, I haven’t changed my mind.

“He's a b***h. But it’s business. Whatever gets Khabib money, I will do. Whatever Khabib wants, I will do. I’ll do what’s in my ability to get it done.”

Abdelaziz also had a word of warning for McGregor’s coach, Kavanagh.

“Kavanagh is garbage,” he added. “I don’t give a f*** about him. "If I'm inside an arena under regulations, I'm gonna respect the rules. But, outside the arena, there are no rules for me," Ali said.

Ali Abdelaziz is not a fan of John Kavanagh 

“But, if you think you're gonna talk crazy and make fun of my religion? Imma catch you outside. A lot of things were said about me that were not right.”

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