Conor McGregor has made an announcement: He’s retiring from MMA
Former UFC two division winner Conor McGregor declared that he’s retiring from MMA.
Out of nowhere early 26th March 2019 morning, McGregor (21-4 MMA, 9-2 UFC) wrote a message on his Twitter account declaring that he’s over with the sport officially known as a mixed martial artist and wished his companion fighters good luck in their upcoming ventures.
McGregor posted that it was a quick announcement for the guys that he has determined to retire from the sport officially called as ‘Mixed Martial Art’ present day. He wishes all his old companions well going forward in the competition. He now joins his former partners on this venture, already in retirement.
Just hours later an interview aired on “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon in which McGregor demanded that he was recently bargaining with the UFC about a July rebound to the octagon, “The Notorious” wrote the note on social media. Even if it’s a real retirement or just an influence plan remains to be seen. A UFC formal found the tweet to be unfamiliar in a text message to MMA Junkie.
McGregor popularly declared that he was dangling up his gloves with a “thanks for the cheese” tweet in 2016 when bargaining for a rematch with Nate Diaz at UFC 200 went bad, but he eventually battled just over one month after at UFC 202.
Talking with Barstool Sports’ “My Mom’s Basement” podcast Monday, UFC president Dana White said it’s consistently a provocation to book a matchup with McGregor. This could be part of that.
White said that every time he manages with Conor there’s always entity. “There’s always entity to manage with, and they get it figured out.”
McGregor‘s six-month break for his role in the vicious UFC 229 brawl is ready to be lifted April 6. Prior in March 2019, McGregor was jailed on powerful arm stealing charges in Miami for purportedly bursting and then looting a fan’s phone out of a nightclub.
UFC President Dana White seemingly is taking McGregor’s words solemnly.
White said in a statement acquired by MMA Junkie that he has the money to retire, and his whiskey is killing it. It is completely making sense. If he was the same person, he would have retired too. He’s retiring from battling, not from working. The whiskey will keep him engaged, and he is sure that he has other things he is working on. He has been so amusing to see. He has consummate improbable things in this sport. He was so cheerful for him, and he looks forward to seeing him be as favorable outside of the octagon as he was in it.
McGregor adequately declared that he was hanging up his gloves with thanks for the cheese tweet in 2016 when bargaining for a rematch with Nate Diaz at UFC 200 went bad, but he eventually fought just over one month later at UFC 202.
Nevertheless, this is not the first time McGregor has retired on Twitter, declaring in April 2016: He has determined to retire youthful.