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Paulie Malignaggi (still) obsessed with Conor McGregor’s empty ball sack

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Sack up or back up.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion Conor McGregor challenged former IBF junior welterweight champion Paulie Malignaggi to a mixed martial arts (MMA) fight inside the Octagon, to settle a beef that originated from their short time spent as sparring partners.

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Since Malignaggi would get his brain kicked in by everyone except for CM Punk — according to this guy — the cage callout was criticized on social media for being pussy talk from a bitch with no balls. Or something like that.

A condensed version of Malignaggi’s Twitter rant below:

“Gotta back up all that big talk you had IN THE RING now, men back up their words while pussies are all talk. Time to back it up now #NoBalls. Pitiful isn’t it? I dunno what’s more pitiful, him talkin bout me now or his poor fans starting to understand the reality of that spar sesh. Ref let u get away with all kinds of fouls, next time punch back u bitch, easy 2 talk tough when it’s over #NoBalls. It is, that’s why I told him to his face to bring his balls. He tends to forget those. He’s talking, gonna need balls to back his talk up. Don’t worry, my tanks always full. Wouldn’t wanna be mistaken for no balls McGregor, that’s fuckers constantly outta gas lol. This guy’s funny. I give it 2 him he’s got a good editing team that can edit an ass whippin he takes so it can cover up his bitchassness.”

At least this one wasn’t an hour long.

McGregor claims to have dropped Malignaggi in sparring (see the video here), who was supposed to be helping “Notorious” get ready for a Floyd Mayweather Jr. super fight. Or maybe he was just there to gather intelligence for the “Money” team, if we’re to believe this revelation.

Not that it matters.

McGregor lost to Mayweather by way of tenth-round technical knockout (replay), but everybody involved made a boatload of money, so the experiment is (hopefully) over. Besides, the power-punching Irishman has work to do at his regular job.

If and when he ever gets back.


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