Conor McGregor reacts to Kamaru Usman video copying his best quotes



A video of Kamaru Usman copying Conor McGregor’s most famous quotes has surfaced online – and it’s not exactly a great look for the UFC welterweight champion.

In a damning clip posted to social media, Usman can be seen copying literally every word from McGregor during some of his interviews.

From McGregor’s legendary “Red Panties Night” to his quote “Greatness is always below me,” Usman emulates them all without hesitation.

Pure coincidence or is Usman secretly browsing the internet while watching “Best Conor McGregor One-Liners” on YouTube?

The caption of the hilarious video simply said, “This is what happens when you fail to promote yourself as a fighter and just decide to copy and paste instead.”

And it looks like the clip made it to McGregor himself.

The Irishman has now floundered, sharing the footage on Twitter with a laughing emoji to accompany it.

McGregor’s retweet alone garnered 28,000 likes and nearly 3,000 shares with his die-hard fans who were clearly laughing with him.

Inside the octagon, “The Nigerian Nightmare” is one of the best in the business and is currently second in the UFC pound-for-pound rankings.

Outside of the steel cage, it’s a whole different story with mixed martial arts fans well aware of its rather cranky nature.

Even UFC villain Colby Covington made the valid point that most people actually side with him in their grudge match against the welterweights simply because Usman hijacks them every time he sees him. opened his mouth.

But, like any real fighter should, Usman lets his hands do the talking.

The 34-year-old hasn’t lost since 2013 and is undefeated in the UFC after knocking out some of the biggest names in the 170-pound division with relative ease.

UFC President Dana White has openly spoken of Usman potentially overtaking former champion Georges Saint-Pierre as a “welterweight goat.”

Kamaru Usman. Credit: PA

Unsurprisingly, however, this isn’t the first time Kamaru Usman has been called up for emulating the former UFC double-division champion.

“Usman is even copying my snaps now,” McGregor tweeted.

“Do I have to fight this guy at some point? I think so. I can’t copy my words and punches and not get a slap for it. I like 170. It’s mine soon. . “

If fan favorite McGregor can win his trilogy fight against longtime rival Poirier, he will undoubtedly be in contention for a lightweight title.

That said, we all know how unpredictable he can be when it comes to changing weight classes, so don’t be surprised to see him jump to 170 again as he suggested – win or lose against. “The Diamond”.


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