Jorge Masvidal: ‘Bitter old man’ Conor McGregor ‘ends up slapping himself to death’

At this point, Team Jorge Masvidal does not take seriously what appears on Conor McGregor’s Twitter feed. Whether McGregor is talking business, talking garbage or talking up in a fight, the reality is different.

“Every time he’s ever tweeted, or anyone has ever tweeted that name to us or Jorge, I do the following: I call [UFC executive] Hunter [Campbell], I say, ‘Hi Hunter, what’s good? Did you see Conor? ” said Masvidal’s manager Malki Kawa on Wednesday MMA class. “[Hunter says], ‘Yes, he does not want that fight.’ OK, bom. Every time. It never fails.

“And look, I do not know if it’s right or not, but I know they said they’ve tried to make that fight a few times – Conor will not take it. And you heard [UFC President] Dana [White], Jorge is too big for him, and that’s the end of that story. So listen, if they wanted to fight that battle, accept our end no matter what. We are all in it. “

Recently, McGregor did not talk about a future meeting, but cast a shadow over the cancellation of Masvidal’s fight against Leon Edwards at UFC 269. The former champion in two divisions repeated Edwards by suggesting that Masvidal had missed the match.

What’s really going on, Masvidal said, is that McGregor is salty, he could not collect a piece of Edward’s campaign; the Irish star is run by the same company, Paradigm Sports, and has been claimed to have a stake in the company.

Not only that, but Masvidal repeated others in the MMA community who have been targeted by McGregor in the months since he lost a trilogy to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 and got a broken leg. The real cause of McGregor’s tirades, they say, has more to do with depression and substance abuse than with genuine complaint. For Masvidal, the former burns the latter.

“I think he’s a bitter old man who’s just screaming on the television all day,” he said. “It’s a shame for him that he’s broken. He’s been crushed so many times he can not get back together when it comes to fights. Like a normal life, bro. This guy ends up sneezing. even to death. So I’m not worried about him. I’m just trying to get big paychecks and fight. You go to rehab, morph * cker and treat older people the right way. When they sign us to fight, I’ll teach you a little respect.

“I really could not care less about him. He’s a 145-er – I’m a 170-pound. Full-grown male size. Get him to deal with funny size. I’ve always dealt with it when it comes up – we should not even entertain this damn cockroach.He’s angry because what’s-his-face is signed what the hell his company is called and they would collect the biggest paycheck they would ever collect from my ass while they fought and hit Leon’s ass. It’s not going to happen anymore so you can see the bitterness being revealed but he just chose the wrong guy.

“He can still get that payslip, but the little ass dwarf will not say to his guy, ‘Yo, wait, just fight him later, we’ll still get that payslip’ – it can be even bigger because there’s more mention behind. But he’s a little dwarf f * ck. So what do you say? “

Masvidal still hopes Edwards will accept a rescheduled booking in March. If Edwards does not agree, he said he would move on to a reluctance match with Colby Covington or any other top five fighter who will keep him near the top of the division.

As for him, the ship sailed to fight Conor McGregor a long time ago. But he tries to follow in the footsteps of the former master by making a fortune and then retiring.

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