Discussion in 'MMA Forum' started by JC Boxing, Mar 26, 2019.
He'll be back
From where am i going to get my daily fix of crass and vulgarity, now that he's gone ?
Conor was already broken before he fought Khabib. If you watch the footage of the weigh-in and of the pre-fight instructions, Khabib stared a hole through McGregor, while McGregor's eyes were all over the place on both occasions: he couldn't even bring himself to look Khabib in the eye.
Anthony Yarde doesn't want that smoke: compared to his recent fare, Conor McGregor is a live body.
If his money ever dries up, he can always team up with Yussef Mack and shoot some nice videos.
He hasn't though...
Probably true, but just imagine if fish eyes could make that fight for Yarde's inevitable next outing on the BJS undercard. It would possibly be one of the top 5 most exciting events to be staged at the Lamex this decade. Maybe even enough to rival when Stevenage played Charlton Athletic in the the Checkatrade Trophy last year.
Pulled the same stunt when negotiating the Diaz rematch. However this time I think the UFC feel that the world will continue to spin without Connor McGregor. Will he be back - 100%.
He'll be back for UFC 250, to take another bumper payday and to be on the receiving end of another humbling rout by Khabib.
Well spotted, he was very sheepish
He`s coming to the end anyway.
Extremely difficult to force yourself to go through the motions of training and preparing for big fights when you've amassed a total net worth of over £70 million.
However, as already mentioned on this thread, this isn't the first time McGregor has announced a retirement:
I wonder if Mr. McGregor has ever read Aesop's fable of 'The Boy Who Cried Wolf'?
He comes back with in 2 years and gets hammered bad by anyone !
Would love to see him fight malignaggi bareknuckle if anything
That's very very very unlikely I know,but I'd still love to see it