Khabib Nurmagomedov mocks Conor McGregor after his stunning loss to Dustin Poirier within the rematch

For the past 12 hours, everything has been on the news that Conor McGregor lost in his bout to Dustin Poirier, re-match from the event a few years ago in which McGregor beat Mr. Poirier. Obviously things have changed since then.

As Joe Rogan once said, Dustin is a changed fighter who has improved tremendously in recent years. Last night, Dustin hit Conor with a flurry of knockout blows in the second match.

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When asked how he lost the fight last night, Conor told the announcer that it was all “inactivity” and stated that a fighter cannot expect to win a match if he has been out of the game for long periods of time Rings spent.

Also, Conor praised Dustin as an incredible fighter and assured fans and viewers that he would be back at the arena in the months to come. Last night, many fans thought Conor was going to win the match, especially as the first round seemed wildly in his favor.

In any event, the Poirier-McGregor battle has resulted in a lot of comments from people on the internet, including Mr. Khabib, who famously beat Conor in a match a few years ago. In a tweet, Khabib argued that Conor lost for a very specific reason.

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Khabib wrote that “this is what happens” when a fighter changes teams and saves with young children rather than the people who made them champions. Khabib went on to say that Conor deviated from “reality.”

According to Hot New Hip Hop, if McGregor won last night’s match, a lot of people thought Khabib would be coming out of retirement and fighting Conor, but it obviously didn’t. As a result, many analysts have speculated that Khabib will soon be out of the ring.

Khabib isn’t the only person to beat up Conor, either. Earlier this weekend, Jake Paul used his social media to blow up the fighter. Conor lost a fight against a “bum” and was paid less for it.

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