A New York based rapper just dissed Conor McGregor over talks of Khabib rematch.

Khabib once again defended his UFC lightweight belt after submitting Dustin Poirier at UFC 242. As expected, shortly after the lighteright champ’s victorious title defense, an array of UFC lightweight stars started calling out Khabib’s name.

Prior to UFC 242, former two-division champ McGregor has been consistently expressing his desire to get another crack at Khabib. However, after a fateful loss and years of inactivity, some believe that McGregor does not deserve a title fight with the undefeated UFC champ.

In a recent media scrum with TMZ Sports, rapper Action Bronson slammed McGregor’s call for a UFC title fight against Khabib. According to Bronson, long-time lightweight contender Tony Ferguson is the only fight Khabib should take.

“Tony Ferguson is the next guy up. There is no other fight,” Bronson exclaimed.

As for McGregor, Bronson thinks that a couple more wins could possibly put the UFC star back in the title mix.

“He’s not done he just has to work his way back up. He has to win some fights,” Bronson said about McGregor wanting to fight Khabib.

Bronson views a different fight for McGregor. Based on his assessment, McGregor should fight the winner of the upcoming lightweight bout between Donale Cerrone and Justin Gaethje.

The lightweight division has been infused by war of words. After McGregor took to social media his call for a rematch with Khabib, Gaethje immediately responded and fired shots at McGregor on social media as well.

Gathje even expressed his hate on McGregor and what he represents.

Ferguson on the other hand, is eager to push the title fight against Khabib on Decemeber. Speaking on ESPN MMA, “El Cucuy” expressed his thoughts on a unique manner and warned Khabib to watch his weight as he is positive that their fight will be booked soon.

“We’re gonna let Khabib go and eat his hamburgers and cheese and all. Enjoy it, fathead. Don’t get too fat. You know I’m coming at you harder than Tiramisu Tuesdays,” Ferguson stated.

Meanwhile, Khabib’s manager Ali Abdelaziz eyes a much bigger fight for his fighter. In one of his recent interviews, Abdelaziz stated that they will be rooting for Georges St-Pierre fight next.

“Nobody really cares about what Tony says. As far as I know, GSP is next, Tony’s not next,” Abdelaziz said.

According to Abdelaziz, Khabib really wants “GSP” next as the UFC lightweight champ is hungry for a legacy fight.

“If Khabib is gonna fight for legacy, a fight with Georges St-Pierre will be a huge fight,” Abdelaziz added.

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Khabib Nurmagomedov will put his lightweight title and unbeaten record on the line against Conor McGregor. In this picture, Nurmagomedov celebrates his win over Al Iaquinta (not shown) to capture the UFC lightweight championship at UFC 223 at Barclays Center in New York City on April 7, 2018. Ed Mulholland/Getty Images