SOUNDS LIKE fighting talk to us.
Khabib Nurmagomedov's manager Ali Abdelaziz has hit out at Conor McGregor, referring to him as a "high-end prostitute".
Abdelaziz, who also manages major UFC fighters Kamaru Usman and Justin Gaethje also called out other fighters who call out McGregor "for clout".
Appearing on Mike Tyson's Hot Boxin' podcast, Abdelaziz said: "He’s like a high-end prostitute, now people want to go out on a date with him to show, ‘Hey I have a pretty girl with me’. He is the pretty girl and after that you are with her, they can go show other girls, ‘Hey I got this beautiful girl, you want to date me?’
"This means the fighters, they fight him and they get this clout, this look of fighting Conor McGregor, but they don’t understand Conor McGregor hasn’t won in three years.
"Also you make money when you fight Conor McGregor because he is a draw - but how long is this going to last for?"
His "quitter" comments reference the Dublin fighter tapping out against Khabib when the two faced off at UFC 229 in 2018.
Next up for McGregor is a rematch with Dustin Poirier in July, less than half a year after the American defeated the Dubliner in the second round.