Frankie’s manager Ali Abdel-Aziz rips “prostitute” Conor McGregor

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  1. Dozer .

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    On Thursday, McGregor wrote on Instagramthat he offered to fight Edgar on short notice at UFC 222 on March 3 when Max Hollowaywithdrew from the scheduled featherweight title fight. McGregor is the former featherweight champion and never lost the belt inside the cage. The UFC stripped him after he didn’t defend it and won the lightweight title.

    Edgar’s manager Ali Abdel-Aziz blasted McGregor and the remarks on TMZ shortly later, saying McGregor had the chance to fight Edgar multiple times and didn’t take it. Abdel-Aziz said McGregor could have fought Edgar at UFC 189 in 2015 after Jose Aldopulled out, but chose Chad Mendes instead.

    “Let me tell you about Conor McGregor,” Abdel-Aziz said. “He’s like a prostitute, used to make high-dollar money, but she got old and nobody wanted her anymore. This f*cking guy. For three years, he did everything he can not to fight Frankie Edgar.

    “He had so many opportunities. Now he wants to fight Frankie? That’s funny.”

    Mark Henry, Edgar’s striking coach, also blasted McGregor in an Instagram post, acknowledging the “The Notorious” as a great fighter, but basically telling him to keep Edgar’s name out of his mouth, because of the class individual and fighter Edgar has been for years. Henry said Abdel-Aziz asked about fighting McGregor when Holloway went down, but the UFC said it wouldn’t be possible.

    “You will NEVER EVER have the heart of Frankie or integrity,” Henry said. “It’s soo soo simple if your dog crap post is true fight Frankie next. Weather it be mma or boxing. ( And I promise you he won’t hammer fist on top your head he knows the rules). But YOU WON’T!”

    Edgar, the former lightweight champion, will now face Brian Ortega in the co-main event of UFC 222. Abdel-Aziz proposed to McGregor to fight Edgar at UFC 225 on June 9 in Chicago.

    “I don’t care if Frankie is 50 years old,” Abdel-Aziz said. “Frankie could be 50 years old and beat the shit out of him and the whole entire nation of Ireland. He’d beat everyone in Ireland hands down.

    “He can’t beat Frankie. He can wait until Frankie is 60 — Frankie would still beat his ass.”
     
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    Love Frankie but can't understand why he has such shitstains reping him.

    Anytime Ali talks it sounds like hes a cheap whore begging for scraps so he can get his 20%.

    Parasite.
     
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    "Please, please, please Conor, bless our bum lives."
     
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    Conor ducked Frankie Edgar. It's well known. The threat of Frankie Edgar ultimately chased him out of 145 division.
     
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    Well this basically comfirms Conor actually wanted Frankie and didnt just chat shit in his IG post.
     
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    Classy post from a manager
     
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    If Conor offered to fill for injured Holloway and UFC turned him down saying there "was not enough time to hype the fight" why would they tell Frankie's manager anything?

    Someone shut this fool up
     
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    Frankie would besmirch Conor
     
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    guessing he has to justify a ridiculous salary
     
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    /thread Ali is scum
     
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    Mendes was #2, Frankie was #3
    Mendes had just KO'd top 5 FW Lamas
    Frankie had just edged some close rounds against a BW (Faber)

    This idea that Conor chose Mendes over Frankie is false...It was a interim title fight and the higher ranked fighter got first dibs over the lower ranked fighter.

    Frankie also could have fought Conor at 196 but turned it down, he had a legit reason but it doesn't take away from the fact that it was offered.
     
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    LoL at this rate Conor should actually avoid the Edgar fight just to piss these two assw*pes off. Really annoys me when managers and coaches starts shit talking fighters in public.
     
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    I'd love to see Frankie maul Conor

    See the Mendes fight but realise Frankie won't get tired like Chad did
     
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    Conor fighting Frankie would have been a waste of time. Frankie got taken to school by Aldo on the feet last time out. Would have been light work for Conor. 1st round KO no thanks. Shit didn't Conor embarrass that camp recently with Eddie? Clowns.
     
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    I like this aziz guy he’s like a loose cannon reminds me of the lawyer in Carlitos way
     
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    They didn't offer him shit, they just checked whether he's ready and since he wasn't it was convenient for Conor and UFC to mention it. Cowboy was ready to go and wanted to fight Conor and Conor didn't want him. Conor wasn't fighting anyone else but Nate Diaz as replacement.

    Conor wanted the Nate Diaz fight already when Aldo pulled out for 189 but then the UFC wanted to put a fake belt on the line and picked out of shape Mendes and Conor agreed.

    Nate Diaz was Conor's go-to option for late replacement. At the time it was seen as an easy fun fight for Conor. It was a cherry pick gone wrong.
     
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