Kamaru Usman Exposes ‘Weirdo’ Conor McGregor

UFC Welterweight Champion Kamaru Usman recently agreed with Chael Sonnen’s evaluation of former two-division champ Conor McGregor. McGregor never backs off of battle of wars on social media, but since his last Octagon outing, a second consecutive defeat to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264, the Irishman’s antics have certainly increased. ‘The Notorious One’ previously targeted Poirier, Khabib Nurmagomedov, Tony Ferguson, Anthony Smith, and Belal Muhammad. He recently turned his attention to fellow trash-talker Sonnen. Jorge Masvidal Reveals Colby Covington Female Name



Kamaru Usman weighs in on criticism of Conor McGregor

Sonnen stamped McGregor as “rich little weirdo” during an episode of his ESPN show, the former featherweight and lightweight king fired back, describing the former two-division title challenger as a “little broke weirdo.” While it was perhaps not either man’s most creative insult, one current UFC champion agrees with “The American Gangster.”

During a recent appearance on the Full Send Podcast, Usman cited Sonnen’s remark, suggesting it was the perfect description of McGregor’s current situation. “The Nigerian Nightmare,” noted that Dublin native has fallen so far that not even DJs and “old dudes” are scared of him anymore, referencing his alleged attacks in the past.

“Conor is just, did you guys see Chael’s quote to him? He said that Conor’s just a rich little weirdo, and he is. He’s a rich little weirdo right now. That’s exactly what he is. Like, come on bro… you’re punching DJs. DJs aren’t even scared of you outside right now. That’s the level that you’re on. You’ve fell so high. Even old dudes at the bar aren’t even scared of you no more. Machine Gun Kelly’s not even scared of you. That’s the level that Conor’s on.”

Usman also discussed McGregor’s habit of insulting and tweeting about fighters and names involved in the top events and stories in MMA, including him:

“Conor used to be, ‘Conor McGregor in the UFC, fighting, knocking people out.’ Now all he tries to do, and it’s strategic, it’s systematic… when he sees anything happening that’s bigger than him, he tries to steal the clout. He’ll tweet. Every major fight that happens, what happens? Conor tweets about it. Every time I fight, he’s talking about me, tweets about me; ‘Oh, you’re stealing my style!’ How? What are you talking about? At the end of the day, I state what I’m capable of doing, what I’m going to do. So, ‘Oh, you stole the way that I threw this combination or this punch.’ Bro, it’s fighting. If it works, it works… Were you the first one to ever do it? Fucking weirdo.”

Usman recently defended his welterweight title for the fifth time in a rematch against Colby Covington.

Barry Russell
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