Conor McGregor Gives Timeline To Return, Considers In Trilogy Fight Nate Diaz, Kamaru Usman

Conor McGregor promises his return to MMA is “imminent” as soon as he is allowed to save MMA, which he said will arrive in April.

The former UFC two-division champion talks about his comeback from a broken leg. UFC 264 trio against Dustin Poirier, along with other current MMA topics, in an impromptu Q&A session on Saturday on Twitter.

McGregor’s confidence has been tempered with the need for “patience” as he continues to recover from injury.

“I will be entering full mixed martial arts in April,” he wrote. “The easy way! By then there will be a comeback imminent. But I have to be patient. I’ll beat this one!”

The Q&A session was a departure from McGregor’s Twitter presence at the end of the hour, mainly consisting of additions to his signature whiskey, true 12, commentary on current UFC fights and past, and troll his favorite opponents.

There are still some additional points, but McGregor also weighed in on potential objections to his future, including Michael Chandler, who said he wanted to fight the former champion not because “a night of red pantiesBut the fanfare it will bring.

Perhaps surprisingly, McGregor has given the former Bellator champ and one-time UFC champion his props challenge, especially when he’s up against the “Battle of the Year” contender. Justin Gaethje in UFC 268.

That’s not the only concern for McGregor, who has shown off what looks like a larger frame in recent photos. Welterweight hosted the mighty Irish star three times, and so it was only natural for him to consider the title Kamaru Usmanperformance against Colby Covington at UFC 268.

McGregor backed Covington in the title rematch, saying the two-time title challenger had “pumped” Usman and pointed out that Covington would have won had it not been knocked down in the second round.

“I see a lot of holes,” McGregor said of Usman, who has repeatedly applauded the former champ putting his money in his mouth. “As well as a dubious dome.”

If McGregor’s return comes in April, it could fit the schedule for the winner of the upcoming title fight between the lightweight champion Charles Oliveira and Poirier at UFC 269. McGregor declared himself first in line for the winner of that bout.

Or it could be for a trio with Nate Diaz? Conor McGregor Gives Timeline To Return, Considers In Trilogy Fight Nate Diaz, Kamaru Usman

Dustin Huang

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