July 11 Conor mcgregor he was experiencing another blow. The Irishman was defeated by Dustin Poirier in the 1st round by technical knockout. However, he is alone that the latter lost this fight, since with poor support, he had simply broken his tibia, suffering a double fracture brilliantly operated the next day. Many personalities like Floyd Mayweather, Jake Paul or even Poirier himself had not stopped adding their little grains of salt celebrating this stroke of fate, just like Khabib Nurmagomedov. The latter had tweeted that good always outweighs bad. If he hadn’t wanted to answer you right away, The Notorious had committed too many landslides, writing several days after the Dagestan fighter’s message: “Covid is good and your father is bad?”. An attack that directly touched on the death of Khabib’s father from Covid-19 in July 2020.
Khabib replies subtly
If Conor McGregor had quickly deleted his tweet, many internet users had obviously taken screenshots of the message in the meantime, then broadcast by many outlets. This behavior had also greatly shocked the web, which had deplored the behavior of the Irish fighter. For his part, Khabib Nurmagomedov had not stepped onto the pitch to respond to this provocation. However, in a photo published on his Instagram account this Sunday, August 1, he sent a subtle response to his enemy, and this one with class: “Actions before words. Never try to prove or explain anything in words, if you have a message, take action. Anyone can speak, but only a few can act”.