‘He must feel like c**p all the time’ – Conor McGregor slammed by UFC star he branded ‘biggest nobody’ | The Sun

CONOR McGREGOR "must feel like c**p all the time" having struggled for wins recently, Beneil Dariush said.

The UFC contender has feuded with the Irishman since being slammed on Twitter.

McGregor, 33, called Dariush "the biggest nobody" in the UFC.

But the lightweight hit back and mocked McGregor's run of form in the octagon, which has seen just one win in four fights and five years.

Dariush, 33, said on UFC Unfiltered: "To be honest with you, I feel for the guy. 

"Because, man, he's been fighting the last couple of years and it hasn't been going so well.


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"If I was in his position it would be horrible. Because the thing that makes you who you are is fighting.

"That's who he is, you can see it in the way he speaks, the way he talks.

"It's got to be hard for him to not be doing well right now and on top of that, to break his leg and be out for so long.

"Then, you have to imagine, he's surrounded by so many people that are new, who showed up after he got famous. 

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"I got the same five, seven, 10 people that I had before I was even in the UFC.

"If I was to put myself in his shoes, he's gotta be feeling like c**p all the time because he doesn't know what's going on."

McGregor's most recent win in the UFC was against Donald Cerrone, now 39, in January 2020.

Before that, his last victory came in November 2016 after knocking out Eddie Alvarez, 38, to win the lightweight belt.

McGregor's last two fights were against Dustin Poirieir, 33, the man he beat inside a round in 2014.

But he lost their January 2021 rematch by KO and broke his leg in the trilogy bout seven months later.

McGregor underwent surgery last summer and has since been training for his expected UFC return.

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