It’s fair to say Khabib and McGregor are not exactly the best friends, with an unsavoury buildup to their meeting at UFC 229 resulting in ugly scenes after the bout.
When Khabib forced McGregor to tap out after four rounds at the T-Mobile Arena, the UFC Lightweight chief leapt out of the cage and attacked his rival’s jiu-jitsu coach Dillon Danis.
A member of his entourage also ambushed the Irishman from behind in the Octagon, leading to a mass brawl which both fighters were fined and suspended for by the Nevada Athletic Commission.
McGregor has since called for a rematch with Khabib, insisting he would be prepared to travel to Russia for a second encounter.
But Abdelaziz has played down talk of his fighter battling it out with McGregor anytime soon.
“The only chance this fight could happen is in the street,” he told ESPN.
“[McGregor would] have to do something spectacular. He's s***, you understand?
“Conor McGregor is one of the biggest stars because he's one of the biggest scumbags. Let's be real, we don't like this guy. We're never gonna like him.
“Probably every time we see him, there's gonna be problems. He said things about family, things about religion, things about race.
“He crossed the line... you can't cross the line.”
McGregor returned to UFC action for the first time since his clash with Khabib last month, knocking out Donald Cerrone inside 40 seconds at UFC 246.
As for Nurmagomedov, he got the better of Dustin Poirier last September and is now set to lock horns with Tony Ferguson on April 18.
According to Abdelaziz, the unbeaten star is eager to make McGregor earn a rematch before considering it.
“He [McGregor] was a champion. He needs to earn things. Khabib really, really wants to make him earn it. It doesn't matter, because what he says,” he said.
“We have a really, really tough fight. Everybody forgets about Tony, dismissing him. Khabib has been training for three months straight, and he has two more months.
“Listen, there's a lot of money for Khabib if Khabib fights Conor. But everything is not about money. Especially with Khabib.”