Conor McGregor hits back at ‘disrespectful’ Khabib Nurmagomedov after UFC 257 misfortune

Conor McGregor had a directive for Khabib significantly more than one Nurmagomedov’s analysis Saturday night.

Step once again into the octagon.

Nurmagomedov, the undefeated 32-year-old who resigned after his last battle in October, went after McGregor after he lost to Dustin Poirier at UFC 257. It was McGregor’s first UFC battle in a year and his second since losing to Nurmagomedov in October 2018.

“This is the thing that occurred, when you change your group, leave the competing accomplices who made you a boss and fighting with young children, far away from the real world,” Nurmagomedov composed on Twitter.

Amazingly, the 32-year-old McGregor dominated the remarks to campaign for a rematch.

“Does he need to return or no? Since he’s not tossing no leg kicks,” McGregor said of Nurmagomedov subsequent to being done in by Poirer’s kicks. “In the event that he needs to have his insolent remarks, return and we should go again my man. I’m here for it. That is battling talk.”

UFC president Dana White has been attempting to cajole Nurmagomedov out of retirement.