Former dual UFC champion Conor McGregor has launched yet another attack on his former best friend Artem Lobov, taking advantage of the news of a failed military mutiny by Russian PMC Wagner fighters.
“There is a civil war in Russia, and Artem Lobov is still on welfare in Ireland,” the Irish fighter wrote on a social network.
Two days earlier, the head of the Wagner PMC, Yevgeny Prigozhin, attempted an armed rebellion, capturing the headquarters of the Southern Military District in Rostov-on-Don with his fighters, and also sending a convoy with equipment to Moscow, however, less than a day later the conflict was completed, and “Wagnerites” returned to their field camps.
Recall that last year, Russian Hammer filed two lawsuits against Conor McGregor, in the first of which he called himself the author of the idea to launch the whiskey brand Proper No. 12, demanding five percent of the six hundred million dollars that the Irishman received from his sale, and in the second he accused the former sparring partner of insults and slander.
The Supreme Court of Ireland dismissed the second suit, ruling that Lobov would pay the legal costs associated with the consideration of this issue, however, the Russian-Irish fighter will pay this amount only after a decision is made on the main claim.