UFC star Conor McGregor could fight 'two or three times'
CONOR MCGREGOR could be a regular in the octagon in 2021 – according to UFC president Dana White. ‘The Notorious’ returns to action after 12 months out – when he headlines U…
that we're dealing with right now stays on course and does what he's supposed to do - we could see Conor two to three times this year."The last time the Irish star fought three times in the same calendar year was in 2015 on his way to the featherweight title.
He stopped Dennis Siver in Boston in Jan before doing the same to Chad Mendes in July and then finally, McGregor knocked out José Aldo in 13 seconds to claim the 145 lbs title that December.KHABIB'S MIGHT FIGHT AGAINThere is no title on the line this weekend when he rematches Dustin Poirier but Dana White confirmed that Khabib Nurmagomedov will watch the action and decide then if he is going to fight one more time.
and revealed Nurmagomedov would consider staying active.Most read in MMAConor McGregor's top coach reacts with excitement to potential Khabib rematchTHE BESTConor McGregor laughs off Max Holloway suggestion he's best boxer in the UFCDIAZ DISSNate Diaz brands Khabib a 'p***y' after White reveals champ is open to UFC return headtopics.com
VideoWatch Holloway throw stunning NO-LOOK PUNCH while talking to commentators mid-fightLive BlogUFC Fight NightHolloway puts on masterclass in Fight Island win over KattarThe UFC boss told Jon Anik: "So next Saturday, we got the McGregor/Poirier fight and Chandler and Hooker on there.
"So his words to me were: 'I'm going to watch this fight. I would never tie-up the division, hold the belt and keep the belt away from anybody else. If these guys do something spectacular - show me something spectacular and make me want to come back and fight.'
"So, I have the feeling that if somebody delivers - it could be on the co-main event or the main event and, as I said, he thought Oliveira looked good . So, two fights coming up, Oliveira looked great - if these guys can do something special - Khabib will fight them."Read more: Irish Sun »
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