April 17, 2024

McGregor’s back!

Just over two years after the terrible injury that left him knocked out in the octagon against Dustin Poirier, Conor McGregor is finally on the verge of a return to MMA. And the UFC to be precise. This Wednesday on social networks, the enfant terrible of the discipline provided proof of his comeback process.

In order to fight again under the official banner, the Irish troub…

Just over two years after the terrible injury that left him knocked out in the octagon against Dustin Poirier, Conor McGregor is finally on the verge of a return to MMA. And the UFC to be precise. This Wednesday on social networks, the enfant terrible of the discipline provided proof of his comeback process.

In order to fight again under the official banner, the Irish troublemaker must undergo a six-month control process overseen by USADA (the American anti-doping agency). Today, however, he published an extract from a USADA letter welcoming his return to the UFC testing pool.

UFC 300 in your sights

Judging by the timing, The Notorious could be back on the bookmakers’ radar next April. A prospect that ties in with the long-awaited UFC 300, with a potential duel between Conor McGregor and Michael Chandler. The two men made an appointment in the cage indeed, both coaches on the UFC reality show The Ultimate Fighter.