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Conor McGregor to Paul Felder: Shut up you Ginger German Twat

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Paul Felder takes on Dan Hooker tomorrow night in the main event of UFC Fight Night Auckland in a pivotal lightweight clash. In the background, a rivalry has been steadily brewing between surging contender, Felder, and former two-weight world champion, Conor McGregor.

The Philidelphia native has managed two consecutive victories, and a triumph over Hooker would mark a sixth straight win over lightweight competition. Felder is fast approaching title contention, similarly to McGregor – following his forty-second knockout win over Donald Cerrone in January at UFC 246. The Dubliner has been linked with a number of matchups at 155-pounds ever since his return to the win-column and issued a callout to Felder in his post-fight interview with Joe Rogan; “Any one of these little mouthy fools can get, even that little fool at the desk.[continued below…]

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McGregor, 31, continued his barrage of verbal insults at Felder on Twitter last night. When asked by a fan, if Felder were to meet with McGregor in the future, would he still call himself ‘The Irish Dragon’, the Roufusport trainee replied, “Wtf wouldn’t I?“. McGregor then interjected and aimed a barb at Felder directly. “The Felders are German-English. Shut up you ginger-German twat.

Could a victory over Dan Hooker propel Paul Felder toward a title opportunity – or possibly a matchup with former lightweight and featherweight champion, Conor McGregor?

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