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After calling out Kamara Usman recently, Conor McGregor ripped into a Deliveroo rider with the same name – before deleting his post branding him 'a bum'.
'The Notorious' tweeted a screenshot of his food order, which was due to be delivered by a rider named 'Usman' – just like the UFC welterweight champion.
It was scheduled for delivery between 10.25 and 10.40pm – but McGregor got fed up waiting and called out the man delivering his dinner.
The hungry former two-weight UFC champion tweeted: "Hey @deliveroo, can you tell this bum usman on his little bike to hurry the f**k up with my dinner."
McGregor's post has since been deleted – and we can only assume he was happy when Usman turned up with his food.
The 32-year-old recently called out the rider's namesake Kamaru Usman for “copying” his tactics – and vowed to give him a smack for doing so.
After defeating Jorge Masvidal with a knock-out in round two of their UFC 261 welterweight bout, Usman was accused by the former featherweight and lightweight champion.
The Irishman tweeted a video of highlights from one of his fights with Dustin Poirier and accused Usman of copying him, before adding he was going to target the welterweight belt.
“Usman even copying my shots now. Am I to fight this guy at some stage? I think so. Can’t be copying my words and my shots and not get a smack for it. I like 170. It’s mine soon,” McGregor tweeted.
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In a second tweet, he added: "I'm a block at 170lb guys. Give me till end of year at this 155lb weight."
Usman hit back at McGregor, telling him: "Except when I touch you at 170, they go out. They don’t even go out at 155 anymore for you. I finish people. You get finished."
McGregor replied by pointing out his 40-second victory over Donald Cerrone in January 2020, the last time he fought at welterweight.
Issuing a second response, Usman said: "I offered you the fight and you went missing. Let's stay humble young man. I already took your pride. Don't make me take your whiskey too."
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