Team Khabib Nurmagomedov trolls Conor McGregor sharing picture of him kissing eagle’s hand as he sits on throne

In his most recent post on X, Khabib Nurmagomedov's manager Ali Abdelaziz takes a shot at long-time adversary Conor McGregor. This time, it came in the form of AI generated images.

Team Khabib Nurmagomedov trolls Conor McGregor sharing picture of him kissing eagle’s hand as he sits on throne

Khabib Nurmagomedov's manager Ali Abdelaziz takes shot at Conor McGregor ( Image via Imago / X )

Ali Abdelaziz is the manager of Khabib Nurmagomedov. Recently, he stirred controversy by mocking Conor McGregor. Ali shared an AI-generated image depicting McGregor bowing to Khabib on X.


Conor McGregor has publicly called out Ali Abdelaziz on multiple occasions, igniting a feud between the two. McGregor accused Abdelaziz of having a controversial past, referring to him as an “informant” back in 2018. The feud escalated as McGregor engaged in a Twitter rant, hurling insults at top coaches, including Abdelaziz.

This public exchange was not the first. Back in October 2021, McGregor and Abdelaziz had a heated exchange on Twitter. Both went in showcasing their animosity in the public eye. When McGregor called out Justin Gaethje after he won the BMF title, Ali Abdelaziz chimed in.

As Justin Gaethje’s manager, Ali accused Conor McGregor of using Gaethje’s name for attention and recognition. He labeled McGregor’s actions as merely a publicity stunt. Abdelaziz emphasized that McGregor’s intentions seemed solely driven by the desire for attention rather than a genuine interest in fighting Gaethje.


Meanwhile, his recent act garnered different reactions within the MMA community. Abdelaziz has a history of animosity with McGregor due to the intense rivalry between McGregor and Khabib.

This recent incident follows a pattern of public exchanges between the two. Such interactions contribute to the ongoing narrative of rivalry in the world of UFC, adding a layer of drama and entertainment for fans.

Eddie Alvarez discusses Conor McGregor’s potential in bare-knuckle boxing

Eddie Alvarez fought McGregor in 2016 with the lightweight championship on the line. He believed Conor McGregor would excel in bare-knuckle boxing. He stated this for several reasons in a recent interview with Morning Kombat.

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Conor McGregor in bare knuckle boxing ( Image via Imago )

Alvarez noted McGregor’s effective in-and-out “fencing” style. He suggested that it suits the nature of bare-knuckle boxing, allowing swift movements without prolonged engagement. Eddie Alvarez said McGregor had a good style to become a bare-knuckle boxer. McGregor’s movement and ability to counter-punch would come in handy according to Alvarez.


Alvarez explained that McGregor’s fighting style would thrive in gloveless competition. He emphasized the potential success in bare-knuckle boxing due to the former UFC two-division champion’s skills and adaptability.

Alvarez saw McGregor’s unique fighting style and adaptability as key factors that could make him successful in the bare-knuckle boxing arena. He reflected on a viral moment with McGregor at BKFC 41 and expressed confidence in McGregor’s potential popularity in the bare-knuckle promotion.

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