UFC welterweight Berard Mohamed slams Conor McGregor over Kamaru Uth Mann’s comment.
The Nigerian Nightmare faced Leon Edwards at UFC 278 last Saturday. The fight was a rematch of their previous UFC fight at Fox 17 in December 2015. In that match, Usman won by unanimous decision.
However, in the rematch, “Rocky” avenged his revenge. In the fifth round, Edwards’ header hit a devastating header that chilled the champion’s heart. And just like that, the Briton became the UFC welterweight champion and ended Usman’s long fight.
Conor McGregor made fun of Kamaru Usman’s loss on Twitter after the Main Event. “Notorious” had previously teased that he would return at 170 pounds and called for a fight with the former champion.
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The Irishman who made fun of the former champion getting along with Berard Mohamed It didn’t go well. The welterweight contender discusses the comments on the The Writer vs. The Fighter podcast.
There, the Chicago native said the Irishman’s comments were pathetic. Muhammad also believes that McGregor is hungry for attention and that karma will befall the 34-year-old.
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“Even Conor McGregor, you know What it’s like to lose in a title race, you know what it’s like to lose in front of your family, man…these guys kick a guy when he’s down and just show who they are. They’re just looking for this That kind of attention. Conor McGregor is looking for that kind of attention, Jake Paul is looking for that kind of attention.” (h/t Sportskeeda)
Belal Muhammad continued, “Karma will come back to you, especially someone like Connor, you literally haven’t won a match in five years, what you did It’s just tweeting when a big war is coming. You can have all the money in the world, but you don’t have any attention, that’s what you crave most. You don’t have anyone calling your name anymore, and that’s what you most want Wanted. So it just goes to show…it’s kind of pathetic where people are right now.”
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