Conor McGregor’s highly anticipated comeback after a leg break injury. Training Elon Musk for a potential fight with Mark Zuckerberg. Excitement for upcoming fights: Jon Jones vs Stipe Miocic and Francis Ngannou vs Tyson Fury.
Former UFC two-division champion Conor McGregor is making a highly anticipated comeback after suffering a gruesome leg break injury in his last fight. McGregor, who is set to face top-five ranked lightweight contender Michael Chandler, is also making waves with his potential involvement in a mixed martial arts contest between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg. Let’s dive into McGregor’s comeback and his thoughts on the upcoming fights.
Conor McGregor’s Comeback
After his devastating leg break injury in his last fight against Dustin Poirier, McGregor is nearing his highly anticipated comeback. He is set to face Michael Chandler, a top-five ranked lightweight contender. McGregor is also serving as a coach on The Ultimate Fighter 31, which is currently airing until August 15. While the matchup has been announced, the date and venue remain unclear. However, USADA’s requirement for McGregor to stay in the drug testing pool for at least six months raises doubts about the fight happening this year.
Training Elon Musk
In a surprising turn of events, McGregor expressed his willingness to train Elon Musk for a potential mixed martial arts contest with Mark Zuckerberg. The challenge was initially thrown by Musk on Twitter, and UFC president Dana White confirmed that the fight was a possibility. McGregor is excited about the prospect but questions whether the billionaires are serious about the contest.
Excitement for Upcoming Fights
Apart from his own comeback, McGregor is eagerly looking forward to two high-profile heavyweight fights. He is excited about the showdown between Jon Jones and Stipe Miocic, as well as the clash between Francis Ngannou and Tyson Fury. McGregor acknowledges the unpredictability of these fights and wishes all the fighters well.
McGregor’s Coaching Role
While McGregor is preparing for his comeback, he has been facing challenges in his coaching role on The Ultimate Fighter 31. Team McGregor has not recorded a single win out of the seven televised bouts so far. McGregor is determined to turn things around and hopes to make a successful return to the Octagon.
Conor McGregor’s comeback is highly anticipated after his leg break injury. In addition to his upcoming fight against Michael Chandler, McGregor has expressed interest in training Elon Musk for a potential fight with Mark Zuckerberg. He is also excited about the upcoming heavyweight fights between Jon Jones and Stipe Miocic, as well as Francis Ngannou and Tyson Fury. McGregor’s coaching role on The Ultimate Fighter 31 has presented challenges, but he remains determined to make a successful return to the Octagon.
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