Conor McGregor launches scathing attack on FIVE major MMA coaches as he hits out at each one personally, before lauding his own trainer John Kavanagh, insisting ‘the world will know what we’ve been at’
- Conor McGregor went on bizarre rant calling out the major MMA coaches
- He went on to say his own coach John Kavanagh has the greatest system
- McGregor said: ‘Firaz Zahabi is a little douchebag, Trevor Wittman is a pad man’
Conor McGregor has insulted five major MMA coaches, before hailing his own long-time trainer John Kavanagh.
The Irishman, who is due to make his comeback later this year against Michael Chandler, hit out at a number of renowned coaches on Twitter.
He wrote: ‘Firaz Zahabi is a little douchebag, Trevor Wittman is a pad man. Javier Mendez is a fat lick arse kick boxer, Mike brown is a smelly p***k, Greg Jackson got caught up, the system of Coach Kavanagh is now shining thru.
‘In years to come the world will know what we have been at. It’s beginning to bare fruit, if you want to train.
‘Train at SBG Ireland with Kav. And me. We are a fight factory akin to butter churning.’
John Kavanagh (left) and Conor McGregor have worked together for his entire MMA career
McGregor took aim at Firaz Zahabi (pictured) among other respected MMA coaches
Ali Abdelaziz, manager to a number of fighters including McGregor’s old nemesis Khabib Nurmagomedov, then replied: ‘Hey please this sounds like you taking fetanol, you out of your mind.
‘Firas, Trevor, Javier, Greg Jackson and Mike Brown you and your coach cannot even shine their shoes, your team alongside 20 UFC fighters got cut from the UFC because you all suck, WTF you talking about?’
And McGregor hit back: ‘Hey, s**t stain on the game, I’m talking as of now it is beginning to bare fruit. We beat their system of fighting on Tuf. Its locked down.
‘It’s no wonder s**t pants scurried. There’s no competing now. The head of the style is too fat a b***h and afraid to compete again.
‘So we win. You can’t compete with us. Watch and witness you rat b****rd.’
McGregor recently turned his hand to coaching, himself. The former two-weight champion has completed filming The Ultimate Fighter, leading a team against Chandler.
The reality show will air this summer as the precursor to them stepping into the cage and competing in a bout likely to be at welterweight.
McGregor will take on Michael Chandler later this year in his comeback bout
McGregor with coach John Kavanagh (R) following defeating Jose Aldo in 2015
McGregor has only won once since 2016 but remains one of the biggest names in the sport.
His fight with Chandler will no doubt be one of the biggest pay-per-view events of the year and he could even earn a title shot with a victory.
The 34-year-old has not fought since breaking his leg against Dustin Poirier in July two years ago and it remains to be seen how the lay-off with affect him.
There were reports that McGregor was having some discomfort throwing kicks but he has been back training again and recently tweeted his camp in California is about to start.