It's safe to say Conor McGregor doesn't take rejection well.

Just days after middleweight contender Gegard Mousasi reported 'Mystic Mac' sent him a threatening Facebook message after he "called out" the Irish star in a post-fight press conference, another fighter has revealed he also felt McGregor's wrath on the social media platform.

UFC middleweight king and Fox Sports analyst Michael Bisping predicted lightweight titleholder Eddie Alvarez would be too strong for McGregor in the main event of UFC 205 in New York.

Bisping revealed the featherweight champion hit up his Facebook messages after hearing of 'The Count's' betrayal.


"We have the same management team; Conor and I, and Conor didn't take too kindly to that, he sent me a bit of a nasty message," Bisping revealed to Alvarez and listeners on the Ultimate MMA podcast.

"Bisping picks (fight predictions) in a whole different manner," Eddie Alvarez replied. "When Michael (predicts) a fight he's calling them a p**** and (things like that). There's one way to pick (fights) and there's the Michael Bisping way of picking (fights)."

But it was Mousasi, fresh from his win over Vitor Belfort, who copped McGregor's full rage.

Here is what Mousasi told FloCombat in a recent interview:

"People liked it." Mousasi said. "I just spoke the truth. Sometimes you have to say stupid sh*t before people notice you. I got a private message from Conor McGregor. He was cursing at me, the little f**k. He was threatening me. I said 'What are you going to do with your 50 kilos?' The f****r was threatening me with a knife. He knows I could beat his ass any day."

"I said some stuff that I didn't mean (in the post-fight press conference)," Mousasi said. "I said 'People don't know who the real fighter is or not.' Of course he's a top fighter. English is not my first language and I just blurt stuff out sometimes. I thought it was funny that he was messaging me."

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