Conor McGregor has been out of the sport for a long time now. His last fight was against Dustin Poirier at UFC UFC 264 which he lost via TKO. It was his trilogy fight with Poirier but he suffered a horrific injury during the second round which forced doctors to stop the fight. McGregor broke his leg and was unable to continue.
Since then McGregor has been recovering from the injury and MMA fans are eager to see him again inside the octagon soon. During his hiatus, the fighter has been in several disputes with other fighters and celebrities. McGregor sure is a pure entertainer as he didn’t let his fans get bored while he was away.
And for a throwback, Conor McGregor talks about a fight with Jesus in the octagon. Yup, you read that right The Mac Life breaks down a fight with God as he said “ Me vs Jesus in the octagon, well there’s no man alive that can beat me but well Jesus isn’t exactly alive.” Fair to say it was a very stupid question to ask anybody as Conor later fired back at the interviewer:” Aren’t you the one with the Jesus question, yeah you are an idiot.”
Conor McGregor dates a return to MMA
McGregor recently put out a new post on his official Instagram account which absolutely hyped up his fan base. In the post, there are a series of pictures of him in his gym. In the pictures, the ‘notorious’ can be seen shoulder pressing heavy dumbbells and posing in front of the camera.
Conor McGregor captioned the post by revealing that he is currently into hardcore strength training. The former UFC double champ also has a shout-out to TIDL Sport and their recovery spray. McGregor ended the caption with #LetsKeepPushingTeam which shows that the post is a collaborative promotion for the brand. “Proper Power Training! God bless my @tidlsport recovery spray to be pain-free,” wrote McGregor. McGregor has been regular in providing updates regarding his recovery and training sessions. The fighter also shared a clip of him getting into a boxing sparring session with his coach. It seems like fight fans can see McGregor fight much earlier than they expect.
With a Jake Paul fight possibly looming over, Conor McGregor will surely be fighting later this year in the UFC, be it for the lightweight title against Charles Olivera or Jake Paul.