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Conor McGregor sends enraged death threats to UFC heavyweight over “disrespectul” comments

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As he gets ready for his UFC comeback, Conor McGregor finally seems to be back to his old self. The British heavyweight boxer Tom Aspinall and “The Notorious” recently got into a fight.

Aspinall recently discounted McGregor’s return to the octagon against Michael Chandler and claimed that other future fights, like Jon Jones vs. Ciryl Gane, had much more of his interest. Aspinall’s remarks offended the Irishman, who responded to him in classic McGregor way.
Aspinall recently agreed to serve as a brand ambassador for the Gym King line of athletic wear. The UFC heavyweight’s GK contract was in jeopardy, and McGregor threatened to starve him to death. In since-deleted tweets, the former UFC double champion penned:

As he gets ready for his UFC comeback, Conor McGregor finally seems to be back to his old self. The British heavyweight boxer Tom Aspinall and “The Notorious” recently got into a fight.

Bum sucka. Send that gk deal child packing. I’m going to starve and murder you, you fucking disrespectful prick. Never again use my name in a derogatory manner. Potato head with mush.
Tom Aspinall hilariously changed his name in a phone directory to “Mush head rat” in keeping with Conor McGregor’s assessment of him.

Tom Aspinall’s comments on Conor McGregor’s next fight

On TUF 31, which airs from May 30 to August 15, Conor McGregor is finally scheduled to make a comeback as Michael Chandler’s competition coach. The two will then square off in a fight that is anticipated to be at welterweight but has not yet been scheduled.
When questioned about McGregor’s rematch with Chandler, Tom Aspinall did not appear to be overly excited. Aspinall claims that he is more excited about other impending high-caliber fights than McGregor’s comeback, including as Jon Jones vs. Ciryl Gane and Kamaru Usman vs. Leon Edwards 3. Recently, the 29-year-old disclosed to Jamal Niaz:

In all honesty, I have little interest in it. I’ll still watch it, although McGregor has kind of grown old for me. There are, in my opinion, far more thrilling bouts than that. I could go on and on about the upcoming heavyweight fight in which I have a lot of interest, the London card, Leon Edwards, etc. for hours. There are 20 other fights that I would rather watch. Will I tune in? Yes, but I won’t be disappointed if it’s postponed.

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