Conor McGregor: Jose Aldo Rips Apart McGregor and Call Him ‘Son of a Bi***’ While Addressing to Potential Boxing Clash Against Floyd…
Conor McGregor: Jose Aldo Rips Apart McGregor and Call Him ‘Son of a Bi***’ While Addressing to Potential Boxing Clash Against Floyd Mayweather Jr: UFC News: The fight between José Aldo and Conor McGregor in the UFC cage took place more than seven years ago, but their rivalry is still going strong. Follow UFC News Updates with InsideSport.IN.
McGregor suggested on Saturday that he and Aldo should resume fighting in a boxing ring.
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In response, Aldo referred to McGregor as an “assh–e” and questioned whether the current UFC superstar would actually engage in combat with him.
According to Guilherme Cruz of MMA Fighting, “He only talks now because he has a fight booked and does so to sell anything, not to actually fight.” “He’s the son of a b—h.”
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Aldo continued by saying that he and McGregor “should have fought in the UFC [again] and he never wanted.”
Seven years back Also had made a similar sort of comment saying that there are some fighters in the UFC who like to promote themselves through talks instead of actually fighting. Aldo had said that he hopes he can fight with Conor McGregor and he if Conor actually means what he says.
In the main event of Saturday’s Gamebred Boxing 4 event in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Aldo, a former UFC champion and soon-to-be UFC Hall of Famer, battled Jeremy Stephens to a decision draw. McGregor tweeted that “Me and Aldo should box” in the future.
Me and Aldo should box
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) April 2, 2023
Aldo, who lost to McGregor in a 13-second knockout at UFC 194 in December 2015 in one of the biggest grudges matches in UFC history, isn’t buying what his old adversary is pitching.
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