Conor McGregor unloads on Islam Makhachev, offers to fight him when he returns from injury


Conor McGregor has Islam Makhachev in his sights.

Makhachev recently volunteered to fight Rafael dos Anjos at UFC 272 when dos Anjos needed an opponent, but then turned down the fight, according to Dana White. White said Makhachev will now have to fight another time before he can be given a shot at the lightweight title. Conor McGregor, a former lightweight champion of the UFC is offering that fight.

McGregor of course famously fought Makhachev’s friend and teammate Khabib Nurmagomedov in arguably the most heated UFC rivalry of all time. McGregor continued to be a polarizing figure in the UFC, even after their fight. He took to Twitter to vent his frustrations about Makhachev’s performance, and offered to fight him when he recovers from injury.

“I’ll fight that shit stain makchavich, no sweat. I found it embarrassing to g’n’p on the other night. It was pitiful to punch. And then bottles the rda fight after mouthing of him lol. Embarrassing. You will be able to see when I return. Same as before. Anyone. Any weight. Anywhere. A game full of bloodstains.

“Full mount g’n’p and the guy bounces up not a scratch, huggin and kissin. Talkin bout thanks for the match etc. If that’s me there’s holes left in their head like they been smacked with a sock full of golf balls. They don’t know where they are. Again, caramel butter skin wins!

“Are you the only person who sees it for what is? Not a scratch, man. Embarrassing!

” I open my skin like a scalpel.

“The sooner the better this leg heals fully and we can get the fuck back going again, Proper! It’s coming 100%! It’s coming 100%!

“G’n’P so good I bounce up an smack your whole family around. The Rat family. Call the mystic mac exterminator.

McGregor is currently still recovering from the devastating leg injury he suffered in his trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier at UFC 269. The former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion has said he is targeting a summer return to the sport.