Following the Irishman’s criticism of the internet star’s mental health situation, Conor McGregor has issued a challenge to compete against him.

A popular battle rapper named Scott Moore recently issued a challenge to the UFC superstar, Conor McGregor, to engage in a face-off on stage so that they may settle their issues lyrically. It appears that McGregor has accepted Moore’s request.

Over the course of the last few weeks, “The Notorious” has established himself as one of the most outspoken critics of the government of Ireland. As a point of reference, an Irish immigrant of Algerian descent was responsible for widespread rioting and demonstrations in Dublin after stabbing three children and an aide outside of a primary school.

Conor McGregor even put his name forward as a potential candidate for the position of future leader of Ireland as a result of the horrible tragedy, which caused many people to question the policies of the Irish government regarding immigration and domestic security. According to McGregor, during one of his outbursts on social media, he discovered that Scott Moore had questioned some of the measures that he had advocated.

Conor McGregor, who is based in Strabane, called out the battle rapper ‘Scomo’ on X and made fun of his skin condition. He was upset that ‘Scomo’ pointed out that the Irish presidency is merely a ceremonial post and cannot call votes.

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Moore later disclosed that he had a mental illness that caused him to pluck at his skin constantly. This led to many people criticizing McGregor for his rude statements. Moore eventually admitted that he had suffered from this issue. Following the event, the two men continued their verbal assaults on each other by engaging in a rap battle on social media during which they proceeded to rap against each other.

The following is an excerpt from a recent interview that Scott Moore gave to The Daily Star in which he disclosed that he had in fact challenged Conor McGregor to a rap war in person:

At some point, he attacked my skin by calling me scabby or anything else. And he attacked me by saying things like, “I do rap battles,” because my bio included the phrase “battle rapper.” After a while, he began to insult me, which was the culmination of the situation… He wasn’t actually rapping; everything he was doing was attacking me. That offer [of a rap fight] is still on the table.

Conor McGregor next fight: Paradigm Sports frontman Audie Attar on Irishman’s comeback

It would suggest that Conor McGregor’s management is looking forward to having him compete in the historic UFC 300 event of the following year. Recent statements made by Audie Attar, the manager of the Irishman, revealed that his star client has finally made his long-awaited comeback to action.

Since his disastrous trilogy fight against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 in July 2021, Conor McGregor has not been seen in the ring. In spite of the fact that the Irishman was supposed to face Michael Chandler this year, the fact that he did not participate in the USADA testing pool was a significant obstacle that could not be overcome before the year came to a close.

October marked the official beginning of Conor McGregor’s participation in the testing pool, and he is expected to be qualified to compete by April 2024. In light of this, many people are of the opinion that he will make his comeback at the UFC 300 event. During the most recent World Mixed Martial Arts Awards, Audie Attar made the following statement:

According to him, he would be fighting on Saturday if he had his way… It would be incredible if UFC 300 were to take place, and it is a given that we are doing all in our power to make that happen. When all is said and done, the year 2024 is going to be an exciting one for his comeback.

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