TRUE GEORDIE has sensationally called out former featherweight and lightweight UFC champion Conor McGregor and offered to fight him for charity.
The social media beef developed over the last few days after True Geordie, 36, released a video titled: “Conor McGregor’s WORRYING Interviews…”
McGregor was quick to hit back – taking to Twitter in an expletive ridden rant where he called out True Geordie.
He said: “Mr oestrogen, what’s happening? Bitch t**s. Fat f****g bitch t**s.
“Who the f*** are you? You little burns victim-looking thing. F*** me, man, who scolded you with a kettle?
“You fat f***! You fat nobody. You little feminine p**** of a thing. I f*** p****, yeah.
“Keep my name out your mouth you stupid c***. Sick of seeing your fat, burnt face. Fat oestrogen head.
“Oh my god, you can’t understand what I’m saying, can you not pal?
“You’ve got subtitles under the f***ing thing saying exactly what I’m saying. So, what are you saying? You little fat no-name.”
True Geordie, whose real name is Brian Davis, claims McGregor then blocked him on Twitter.
Davis then took to his own podcast to challenge McGregor to a fight.
He said: “He (McGregor) is in no way ready to fight anyone, not even me.
“Mate, I’m 300 f***ing pounds and built like a rugby player. I’m the size of the guys who Floyd Mayweather and you hire to protect them when you’re walking around in public.
“I would pick Conor McGregor up like a shopping bag with one arm. He’s so small compared to me.”
“And I know his fans are going to think he’s like superman or whatever, but they’ve got weight classes for a reason, bro.
Both personalities are no stranger to public spats.
True Geordie recently clashed with WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury – with Fury calling the podcaster a ” little t***pot, bearded, bald-headed t***er.”
And McGregor too is no stranger to a Twitter feud.
Last month he clashed with UFC veteran Matt Brown after Brown accused McGregor of having a drug and alcohol problem.
The Irishman also recently traded shots on Twitter with current UFC featherweight champion Alex Volkanovski.
McGregor has not fought in the UFC since 2021 when he lost to Dustin Poirier but plans to fight Michael Chandler later this year.