Dana White weighs in on Hasbulla and Conor McGregor beef

Conor McGregor and internet star Hasbulla recently got into a verbal altercation.

The Dagestani asocial media star Hasbulla Magomedov became a star during the COVID-19 lockdowns in 2020 was his disorder became widely publicized.

During this period, several videos of Hasbulla getting into mischief in his own country went viral. Over 2 million people have rapidly started to follow him on his social media platforms.

Due to his relationship with former lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov, Hasbulla has become a household name among MMA fans. Hasbulla even attended Makhachev’s UFC event and was there in the cage with him celebrating the victory after.

White made light of the social media spat between Hasbulla and McGregor when questioned about it during an interview with Robbie Fox on My Mom’s Basement.

“Conor better watch himself! If he runs into Hasbulla then he’s gonna be in some big trouble!”

At least according to fans, the Irishman seems to have attacked the online celebrity verbally without being provoked. However, it’s believed that McGregor’s original nasty talk was brought on by Hasbulla’s closeness with Nurmagomedov.

McGregor tweeted many times at Hasbulla before deleting them.

On the other hand, Nate Diaz has acknowledged that he still wants to face Conor McGregor in the cage one more time, despite training for his UFC 279 main event matchup against Khamzat Chimaev.

The two have a perfect record against one another, and both PPVs were among the top 5 most popular UFC events ever. Many fans lost faith that they would witness the trilogy battle as the years passed by after the first fight, and the rematch took place in 2016.

In a recent interview Nate Diaz refused to rule out a trilogy with Conor McGregor despite the fact that his UFC contract expires after this weekend’s main event bout with Khamzat Chimaev:

“The timing’s not on right now. We’ll worry about that later. It’s for sure gonna happen at some point… Yeah, at some point. Get back on it and get back on what he’s got to do, whatever that is. It’s like, when we match up we’re going to match up. But we ain’t going nowhere.”