‘I would pick Conor McGregor up like a shopping bag… he’s so small compared to me’: True Geordie hits back after UFC star’s tirade calling podcaster ‘a fat nobody’ and ‘oestrogen head’
- Conor McGregor launched a recorded tirade voice note at True Geordie
- Podcaster then hit back and even offered to fight the UFC star for charity
- He said: ‘I would pick Conor McGregor up like a shopping bag with one arm’
Conor McGregor’s latest Twitter tirade – strangely targeted at podcaster True Geordie – has drawn a bullish response.
True Geordie, real name Brian Davis, was branded ‘a fat nobody’ among other insults by the Irishman after he had accused him of substance abuse.
He posted a record voice note on Twitter, saying: ‘Mr Oestrogen, what’s happening? Fat f***ing b**** t**s. Who the f*** are you?
‘You little burns victim looking thing? F**k me, man. Who scalded you with a kettle you fat f**k? You fat nobody.’
McGregor continued: ‘You little feminine p**** of a thing, I f*** p****, yeah?
Podcaster True Geordie responded after Conor McGregor recorded a rant at him
‘Keep my name out your mouth you stupid c***, I’m sick of seeing your fat burned face, scaldy, fat oestrogen head.
‘Oh my god, you can’t understand what I’m saying can you not, pal?
‘You’ve got subtitles under the f***ing thing saying exactly what I’m saying…so what are you saying you little fat no name?’
And the podcaster responded by offering to fight McGregor for charity and pointing out their size difference.
He said on his podcast: ‘He [McGregor] is in no way ready to fight anyone, not even me.
‘And the funniest thing is, the way he’s talking about in this video, the way he complained about Nate Diaz being ‘too big’ for him and ‘too strong’ for him at 170 pounds…’
‘Mate, I’m 300 f***ing pounds and built like a rugby player. I’m the size of the guys who Floyd Mayweather and you hire to protect them when you’re walking around in public.
‘I would pick Conor McGregor up like a shopping bag with one arm. He so small compared to me.
McGregor, pictured in Monaco for the Grand Prix, called the podcaster ‘a fat nobody’
‘And I know his fans are going to think he’s like superman or whatever, but they’ve got weight classes for a reason, bro.
‘I’m more than twice the size of this man. If you want to do a charity fight, anything, MMA, boxing, I don’t really give a s**t because I’m literally a giant compared to you.’
McGregor has been embroiled in a number of online spats recently. He clashed with Matt Brown and Alexander Volkanovski and shows no sign of changing his combative persona.
He is expected to return to the octagon later this year for his scheduled fight with Michael Chandler, who he is coaching against on The Ultimate Fighter and predicts a devastating win against.