KAMARU USMAN mocked Conor McGregor’s impressive record in knockouts in three divisions. He reminded the UFC’s poster boy that he has suffered submission losses in all of the weight classes in which he’s fought.
McGregor, 33 years old, became the first UFC fighter to score knockouts at featherweight and lightweight in January 2020. He also defeated Donald Cerrone in 40 seconds.
Conor McGregor made UFC history by stopping Donald Cerrone in 2020
Recently, The Notorious reflected on his remarkable achievement on Twitter
Kamaru Usman, welterweight king, sent a trolling tweet.
Recently, the Irishman boasted on Twitter about his feats and said: "3 Weights. 3 KO's. Moving up. It's the only and best way to do it."
The reigning champ at welterweight Usman was reminded by Usman that The Notorious had also been submitted in each division.
The Nigerian Nightmare shared a photo featuring McGregor's submission losses at Joseph Duffy, Khabib Numagomedov, and Nate Diaz.
The caption that Usman included was: "I'll just leave it here!" #P4P."
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McGregor's latest dig at Usman was quickly commented on by MMA fans, one of them saying "He don’t want to smoke with you champ."
Another stated, "Tapped at 3 different weight classes #tripletapper."
Another said, "Still makes more money than you and is more entertaining."
One person commented, "Moved up or down weight classes. Never lost weight. Never pulled out of fights.Get a PS10 Bonus with 100s of Games to Play and No Deposit Required
"Fought for the best division. These are the things you will lose if you do them. You haven't done this big yet, fella."
McGregor shocked The MacLife last month by making a surprise beeline to Usman, saying: "I feel confident about Usman.
"A jab-happy and sloppy wrestler who has no submissions."
"What's the danger? What's the danger?
"I don’t see any danger with him. He's not strong and he's older.
"And then plus, the world is to again be taken. The triple crown.
"Nobody has ever achieved three knockouts in three weight classes moving up as I have, but nobody's ever won three UFC world title crosses three divisions like me if this fight takes place."
McGregor, a former two-division champion, is currently recovering from the terrible broken leg that he sustained in his fight with Dustin Pourier last July.
McGregor had intended to return to the Octagon in the summer, but UFC President Dana White believes Mystic Mac will return in the fall.
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SunSport recently heard from him that he was looking forward to early fall if all goes well.
"If his leg heals well and he is given the permission to start training properly, then he may be able to train in the fall.SIGN UP DEALS AND FREE BETS - THE BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERINGS