The post sparked a response from Nurmagomedov’s manager, Ali Abdelaziz, but the wrestler didn’t immediately respond, according to Business Insider.In a NSFW tweet, Abdelaziz posted: “Talking sh—, this guy is insulting someone’s wife and making fun of her religion and belief. He doesn’t realize he’s insulting 1.5 billon Muslims. Religion and family is a no no. You’re f—ed Connor, let’s see what the media is going to say now. He’s a rapist, and a b—.”The social media feud comes after Nurmagomedov questioned McGregor’s retirement, calling him a “jealous wife.” Nurmagomedov explained while speaking at a Moscow university Tuesday that he thinks McGregor and the UFC couldn’t reach a deal for upcoming fights so McGregor decided to announce his retirement.”I don’t think he’s finished,” Nurmagomedov said (via ESPN), adding: “Conor acts like a jealous wife, who says ‘I will leave’ all the time but then comes back.”UFC president Dana White appeared to agree with Nurmagomedov as he said Sunday that he and McGregor need to meet in person to discuss future fights. Conor McGregor took a jab Tuesday directed at Khabib Nurmagomedov’s wife, escalating the spat between the two rivals even further, though the post on Twitter was quickly deleted.According to MMA Junkie, McGregor shared two photos of Nurmagomedov’s wedding day with the caption: “Your wife is a towel mate.” Watch more than 100 fight nights a year on DAZN”I think that there’s some things that Conor wants and I think that Conor wants to get together face to face, he and I, and we probably will in the next couple of weeks and we’ll get this thing figured out,” White said in an interview with KLAS-TV.McGregor announced his intentions to retire from MMA on social media last month. However, he retired once before in 2016 before deciding to go back in the Octagon shortly after. The former featherweight and lightweight champion holds a 21-4 record in the UFC, with 18 knockouts.