Conor McGregor Talks About His Future Comeback and Recovery

Conor McGregor Talks About His Future Comeback and Recovery Photo: TT
Conor McGregor is carried off a stretcher following an injury suffered against Dustin Poirier during UFC 264 at T-Mobile Arena | Photo by: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

After Conor McGregor’s second loss to Dustin Poirier at UFC 254, the former champ did not take these matters easily, as many unfortunate things are bound to happen.

For instance, he broke his leg during the match, which caused him to lose. He was also making threats that he would kill Portier and his wife in their sleep.

After he ranted in octagon, McGregor was also seen misbehaving on Twitter, such as tweeting about a certain someone, then minutes later, he would delete the tweet. He claimed that he is a “nasty dude” and comes off threatening Poirier and his family again. He also made a disgraceful statement about Khabib Nurmagomedov’s father, who recently passed away due to Covid-19, and Nurmagomedov’s close friend, Daniel Cormier.

With all these regrettable actions caused by his outrage, his fans were mostly concerned about his recovery and the possibility to come back next year. McGregor seemed to be double-minded about returning to a title shot or at 170 pounds, but it seems pretty clear for the fans that he will soon get back in the octagon to fight. When asked about the toughest opponent he fought, he replied, he never mentioned anyone, but “The Scale”.

McGregor was also asked about his feud with Daniel Cormier, and he mentioned that media had only covered one-sided of the coin since Cormier is “substantially” larger than him.

McGregor closed the Q&A session with an old staple that he would come back to headline a stadium show in Ireland. With his leg injury, it would be difficult for him to fulfill the promise, but he showed a lot of faith that it will happen in the future.

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