Conor McGregor unhappy with Jose Aldo snub: ‘Who p***** in your acai?’

Conor McGregor has taken to social media once again to challenge former UFC Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo to a boxing rematch. Aldo has recently turned to professional boxing after retiring from MMA following a loss to Merab Dvalishvili last year.

In his boxing debut, Aldo won a decision victory against Emmanuel Zambrano in February. He then faced former UFC opponent Jeremy Stephens in the boxing ring as part of Jorge Masvidal’s Gamebred Boxing 4.

McGregor tweeted, “Me and Aldo should box,” in response to Aldo’s boxing bout against Stephens.

Aldo ultimately boxed to a draw with Stephens, but it was during the press conference that he unleashed an x-rated tirade towards McGregor.

Aldo accused McGregor of having a big mouth and avoiding a rematch after he lost to McGregor in just 13 seconds at UFC 194 in 2015.

McGregor famously defeated Aldo to secure his first undisputed title with the UFC.

A rematch was on the cards for the following year, but McGregor chose to move up in weight and split a pair of bouts with Nate Diaz before defeating Eddie Alvarez to become the UFC’s first-ever simultaneous two-weight world champion.

Aldo has long contended that McGregor avoided a rematch.

McGregor’s response to Aldo’s outburst was mocking. He tweeted, “Well ok then ahaha whatever lad I was only trying to be nice. Who p***** in your acai?”

He then turned his attention to Stephens, referencing his iconic dismissal of the American during the UFC 205 press conference in 2016, by tweeting, “Me and who the f*** is that guy should box.”