Conor McGregor: ‘I’m up against whoever f*ck has the next lightweight title, deal with it’

Conor McGregor There are still a few months left to compete, but the Irish superstar has certainly been very explosive when he announced his intention to compete for the UFC gold medal when he returns.

The former two-league champion has been sidelined since July when he horribly broke his leg in his three-part fight against Dustin Poirier. McGregor has been recovering with the intention of returning to the octagon by mid-2022 and he believes a championship spot awaits him.

“I will face whoever f*ck has the next light title. Deal with it,” McGregor wrote in response to an article predict what’s next for him.

“Take off your goggles and mark the trio [with Dustin Poirier] ‘slacking.’ Deal with that too. The rest is mentioned, later. Deal. With. It.”

McGregor last fought for a UFC title in 2018 when he lost in the previous fourth round Khabib Nurmagomedov. Overall, McGregor has lost 1-3 in his previous four fights with the last loss coming to Poirier in their three-piece bout after he broke his leg at the end of the first round, that’s clear. is to stop the contest.

Right now, Poirier was ready to face Charles Oliveira in the main event at UFC 269 on December 11 with the winner of that war expected to clash with Justin Gaethje in 2022.

McGregor seems intent on then putting his name on the mix to fight for the lightweight title as well as try to avenge two past losses to Poirier after they go head to head twice in 2021.

Shortly after his return from injury, McGregor fired back at detractors, who questioned whether he would ever make it back after breaking his leg.

“I will have no problem coming back from this injury,” McGregor said. “Not a problem. I was prepared for a fight in these exact conditions. This is a photo taken from my last camp. At McGregorFast HQ with team. Shin pad stuck to left leg due to injury/stress fracture.

“You and I are not the same when it comes to attracting merchants! You are done and I am now steel. This game has just started. Know that all my enemies are of equal age and experience, and for this reason I declare this war forever! ”

McGregor has previously revealed that his leg injury is pre-existing he believed he might be injured in the third battle with Poirier in July. Sadly, McGregor’s prophetic analysis has come true but he seems ready to work on his return next year.

Of course, McGregor is no exception in saying that being one of the highest-paid athletes in all of sports has somewhat taken away his desire or desire.

As legendary boxer Marvin Hagler once said, “It’s hard to get out of bed for the gym at 5 a.m. when you’re sleeping in silk pajamas.”

“They say time and time again that my accumulated wealth has extinguished my fire,” McGregor said. “They’re wrong.” Conor McGregor: ‘I’m up against whoever f*ck has the next lightweight title, deal with it’

James Brien

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