Khabib’s Manager Threatens To Smack Conor McGregor Ahead of Brawl Hearing

The controversial manager of Khabib Nurmagomedov, Ali Abdelaziz, has promised to give Conor McGregor a harsh treatment once they cross paths in the future. 

Both camps were invited to attend the hearing of the infamous UFC 229 brawl this December and if Abdelaziz sees McGregor, he wants his revenge served on the Irish star for insulting him and his family during a press conference last September.

Personal

During the build-up for the McGregor vs Nurmagomedov showdown last September, the former division champion showed no love for both the UFC lightweight champion and his manager as they were at the receiving end of McGregor’s sizzling rant.

When Abdelaziz asked why the former two-division champion brought two belts, McGregor got too personal and took a swipe on the manager’s controversial past.

“Shut your mouth! Ali Abdelaziz. Mad terrorist. Terrorist snitch! I know a lot about you as well you mad rat! I know a lot about you as well. You keep your mouth shut kid! “How’s Noah? How’s Noah!?!”

Vengeful

As promised, the Russian champ let his performance did the talking when he dominated his challenger in their highly-anticipated match-up at UFC 229, en route to his 27th straight win in his professional career. For Khabib, the win was already enough to silence the trash-talking McGregor. Meanwhile, Abdelaziz has yet to forget Conor’s antics and has vowed to get back on him in the near future.

In the latest episode of Ariel Helwani’s MMA show, the CEO of Dominance MMA Management warned the Dubliner that he will smack his face for speaking ill about him and his family.

“All this talk they did, they didn’t back it up inside the cage and they didn’t back it up outside the cage. I want to punch Conor McGregor across his nose and break his face for talking about my family. Khabib got his revenge at UFC 229, but I didn’t! He’s one motherf***er, that if I see him, I promise you, I’m going to smack him.”

But it looks like it’s not going to happen soon as his own talent, Nurmagomedov, has no plans to attend the NSAC hearing.

“On December 10 they will meet again and call me but I’m not going. I just defended my family and my religion. If they want to punish me, they can get all the money I earn, and they can give me 10 years ban. I don’t care.”

“I’m not guilty. I started the fight and I finished as a man. They’ll punish the initiator, I won the fight in the rules. After the fight, I showed him that what he did before the fight would not be unrequited.”

(Featured Image Source: ESPN/YouTube and Conor McGregor/Instagram)

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