Conor McGregor accused STEROIDS on ‘juice head’ Kamru Osman that the Irishman stood in a bitter war of words with the UFC welterweight champion after his sensational victory over Johan Masvidal.
- Connor McGregor accuses UFC champion Kamru Usman of taking steroids
- Usman defended his welterweight title with a stunning win over George Velvidal
- 32-year-old McGregor accused Usman of ‘copying’ his style after a punch.
- Now the Irishman has pinned Usman over the previous boxing rescheduling
Connor McGregor has accused Kameru Osman of taking steroids as the Irish participated in a war with the UFC welterweight champion in his own words after the Nigerian responded to the allegations.
The 33-year-old Usman gave up his competition at 170 pounds after knocking out rival Jorge Masvidil in front of 15,000 fans at UFC 261 in Jacksonville, Florida, and got off to a disastrous start.
Nigerian Nightmare is expected to occupy the next number contender Colby Covington, although McGregor throws his hat in the ring for a title fight, accusing Usman of ‘mimicking’ him.
Connor McGregor (L) accuses Kamru Osman (R) of taking steroids amid his bitter feud
The 33-year-old Usman is riding high after beating rival Jorge Masvidal to retain his welterweight title
McGregor, 32, made an exception to Usman, saying it was ‘Green Panty Night’ when opponents confronted him, and accused the welterweight king of mimicking his fighting style after a sensational one-punch.
Usman responded to McGregor’s accusation of emulation, saying, “When I touch you at the age of 170, they go out. ‘They still don’t go out for you at 155. I eliminate people. You finish ‘
However, The Notorious is back, claiming Usman’s fight with Gilbert Burns was rescheduled due to an undisclosed anti-doping issue.
‘Relax, Carbunnares. You big speckled back pox. He last fought in 170. It’s all done in 40 seconds, ‘he tweeted.
The Nigerian nightmare has been widely praised since his sensational one-punch knockout
McGregor took to Twitter to accuse the welterweight king of copying his fighting style.
Osman replies, telling McGregor that he no longer possesses knockout power in light
‘Why did you burn the fight again? What was the reason, which was never given to the public, then why the already signed fight was canceled again?
‘Ever in all my time in this business, which is long before these f ***** g bums, have I ever seen a signed fight rescheduled for no reason. So said fighters can overcome “unknown injuries”. Sorry? The fight was signed / sold / ticks sold. ‘
McGregor then stated that he would end his 14-fight winning streak at the UFC and add a third world title to his collection with his ‘two-knot hammers’.
‘F *** these juice heads, anyway, I no longer give **** x. I am saying it just like that. I have connected Ireland’s biggest balls with two elbow hammers. Send me in and I’ll pop that big grain. Get 3 belts to go with my 3 commas.
And McGregor pushed back saying that UFC Star is taking banned substances
The Irishman asks Usman why he canceled his previous match with Gilbert Burns
McGregor said he had never seen a rescheduled fight for ‘unknown injuries’ before.
Notorious claimed he would win a third world title at future welterweight
“It’s really time for me to start properly with these hammers.”
McGregor has teased a title tilt at welterweight, with Nat Diaz and Donald Cerrone battling for 170 pounds. Upon meeting in January 2020, the Irishman defeated Cerrone in just 40 seconds.
For now, the 32-year-old has set his sights on a trilogy war with Dustin Pourier, who suffered a loss to The Diamond on Fight Island in January.
McGregor has lost two of his last three encounters in the UFC and all are bidding to return to the pinnacle of the lightweight division following the retirement of winner Khabib Nurmagomedov.