A Chenchen Fighter Threatens Conor McGregor in an Instagram Post for his comments about the Chechen dictator

September 26, 2018
First published on:September 26, 2018
by Jack Ol

A Chechen fighter named Khusein Khaliev who represents Ramzan Kadyrov’s Akhmat MMA fight club has posted a video on his Instagram threatening Conor McGregor for his controversial comments about the Chechen dictator during the UFC 229 Press Conference.

Earlier, Conor made controversial comments on Kadyrov who is the head of Chechen Republic.

The Lightweight fighter who competes in the World Fighting Championships of Akhmat promotion in Chechnya stated that The Notorious should regret about what he said and also apologize to the who Chenchen people and Kadyrov.

View this post on Instagram

?????, ?????, ??? ?????? ?? ????????. ?????? ????????, ???? ?? ????? ???????????.

A post shared by ?????? ?????? (@khusein.khaliev) on

“Conor, you’re a master trashtalker. But this time I was offended after watching the press conference. This talk is acceptable in Ireland, America and elsewhere. But when it comes to Chechnya or the Caucasus, you need to think about what to say, and what not to say. You will have to answer for your words, inside a cage or outside of it. We never forgive for attacking the honor of our family. So I suggest you show remorse and apologize quickly, because life does not end with your fight against Khabib. Watch your tongue if you’re not looking for trouble.”

Khaliev said in an Instagram post.

McGregor has not yet responded about the threatening.

Also Read: Conor McGregor Net worth and Personal Life