'So horny I could write a book on dead rats' – UFC legend Conor McGregor quickly deletes bizarre tweet to 10m followers | The Sun

CONOR MCGREGOR has seemingly aimed another dig at former pal Artem Lobov – by claiming he's so "horny" he could "write a book on dead rats."

The UFC poster boy's former buddy and training partner launched a multi-million lawsuit against him last month over claims he helped him come up with the idea of his Proper No.12 Whiskey.



McGregor hasn't shied away from sharing his thoughts on Lobov's legal action, repeatedly branding him a "rat".

And The Notorious seemingly did so again on Wednesday morning with a bizarrely worded and since-deleted tweet.

The MMA superstar tweeted to his near ten million followers: "I'm so horny I could write a book on dead rats."

McGregor has already had two victories over Lobov in their legal battle, the first being the rejection of the latter's bid to fast-track the case to Ireland's Commerical Court.

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He's also been legally cleared to refer to the Russian as a "rat", which he's repeatedly done in since-deleted Twitter voice notes.

McGregor – the UFC's first simultaneous two-weight world champion – hasn't set foot inside the octagon in over 17 months.

The Irishman was sidelined by a horrific broken leg, which he suffered in his Las Vegas trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier.

But Mystic Mac is seemingly fighting fit and ready to return to the cage following a dramatic body transformation.

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McGregor, 34, is hoping to return to the cage early next year, recently saying: "Early 2023 I'm aiming for.

"Sometime in that first quarter.

"That will give me a good couple of months [to prepare].

"Once I wrap this [filming Road House] up in a couple of days, get the camp going [for] a good couple of months.And get going."

McGregor, however, must re-enrol in the United States Anti-Doping Agency's testing pool for a minimum of six months before he can compete again.

But the UFC and USADA could grant him an exemption to make a swift return provided he returns two negative tests.

He said late last month: “I’m clear for testing in February.

"I will complete my two tests per USADA & we are booking a fight.”

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