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UFC || McGregor Mocks The Death Of Khabib's Father And Then Deletes The Message

After the third fight between Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier, Khabib Nurmagomedov wrote a message on social networks, which said: 

Good always conquers evil, very happy for Dustin Poirier

'The Notorious' decided last morning that it was time to respond to the Russian fighter, although he quickly regretted what he wrote and deleted it.

Even Daniel Cormier, during his ESPN program, referred to the Irishman's message and criticized him: "I think he has gone too far." McGregor began writing against Poirier, texts that he also erased, and later he remembered Nurmagomedov. "COVID is good and the father is bad?"

Conor's message obviously made reference to Khabib's father, Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov, who died of complications after contracting COVID-19 . For his part, Cormier, who is friendly with 'The Eagle', commented that he called the former champion to see if he had been affected by what was written by 'The Notorious'.

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Cormier also noted: "Honestly, when Conor does things like that, it 's hard to understand how there are still a lot of people who support that kind of behavior . [...] Khabib's father was everything to him, and he left because to something that has been so terrible for the whole world [...] I think when things like that are said, they are like a cry for help.

Conor has all the money in the world and the fame, but now when you start to go down at that level, it's like someone has to reach out to McGregor and help him begin to change his mind and his approach. "

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