Hasbulla says he is done interacting with Conor McGregor on social media after going back and forth with the Irishman in recent weeks.
During an appearance on the Nelk Boys podcast, the 3ft 4in internet sensation reacted to his ongoing beef with the former two-weight champion, who he believes could get serious if they ever meet. .
“I saw all his tweets about me, but he’s not my opponent, he can just talk. He’s not like a real fighter to me, I don’t respect him as a fighter. What if I meets him, I will cause him problems,” Hasbulla said.
The 19-year-old isn’t sure what he’ll actually do if he meets McGregor in real life, but promised ‘I’ll definitely do something’ before confirming his Twitter beef with the Irishman is finished.
“I’m not going to talk to him and if I see he wants something I’ll fire him,” Hasbulla added.
Over the past year, Hasbulla has become one of the most popular men on the planet after going viral following a mock press conference with Abdu Rozik, who suffers from a similar growth disorder.
Since then, the youngster has become a global superstar and has teamed up with Khabib Nurmagomedov and Islam Makhachev who he watched become the UFC lightweight champion last weekend.
However, it recently became clear that not everyone likes Hasbulla when he was the victim of an unprovoked social media attack by “Notorious”.
McGregor tweeted: “Would love to start that little g*** Hasbulla on a goal post.
“How much to put it on the fly?
“Little smelly inbred.”
Hasbulla fired back and the pair have been shooting each other ever since, prompting UFC President Dana White to intervene while announcing he had signed the internet celebrity.
“Yes, we’ve signed Hasbulla, and what he will end up doing remains to be seen,” White told Barstool Sports before issuing a warning to his biggest star.
“Conor will fuck up and get his ass kicked if he goes up against him [Hasbulla] go out into the street. »
McGregor hasn’t fought since fracturing his tibia and fibula at UFC 264 in July 2021 and is currently working hard in the gym ahead of a highly anticipated return in 2023.
While a fight between the 34-year-old and Hasbulla is unlikely to happen, it seems like only a matter of time before they meet at a UFC event and the things could get nasty.