- Kamaru Usman has expressed confidence that he will beat Conor McGregor
- The Nigerian star is even of the thought that Conor will not survive against him
- He was responding to Conor McGregor's claims that he wants two of them to fight
Nigerian-American mixed martial artist Kamaru Usman has told Conor McGregor that he would not survive against him if the two of them face each other in the octagon.
This comes after Conor McGregor appeared to have declared an interest in facing the Nigerian star after fight against Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone.
Conor McGregor was reacting in response to Usman's dominant victory over Colby Covington at UFC 245 on Saturday night, December 14.
And while responding to whether he would love to fight against Conor McGregor, Kamaru Usman stated that the Irish man will not be hard for him to nail down.
"He must want to die.
"You saw what Khabib did to him. Like, oh my god. It wouldn't even be fair if I fought Conor. Much respect to Conor for what he's done for this sport and transcended it, but nah, this is not what you want.
"Sit down, little man! Sit down! Learn to walk before you can run because I would hurt that guy,'' Usman told TMZ when quizzed on McGregor's subtle tweet.
Kamaru Usman also added that he would have loved to face legendary Georges St-Pierre in his next fight if he could come out of retirement.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Kamaru Usman, Nigerian MMA star, reportedly topped the UFC 245 earners chart following his fabulous victory over Colby Covington in Las Vegas on Sunday, December 15.
The Auchi-born was on his incredibly breath-taking warrior form as he toed into the Octagon and staged a 'nightmare' presence with an awe-inspiring performance that went down as one of the best in the history of UFC.
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