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Conor McGregor takes a stand on his MMA retirement and Culture War

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Conor McGregor a renowned martial artist and boxer have been in the news. Recently, it has been observed that he is active on social media, trying to relive the good days of his. He is trying to walk back in time by reliving the past victories and the beautiful journey. He along with Paulie Malignaggi began a culture war with Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Conor McGregor started with his MMA career in 2008. He retired soon in 2017 and through his culture war, he was trying to re-live his retirement from MMA.

Conor McGregor MMA retirement and Culture war

Since, a few days he has kept the trend alive, by communicating with his fans on Twitter. He has made sure to respond to all his fans and answer all their queries. Amidst, all that a few questions did pop up about his history of fighting. A few fans did ask him about his future and what has he kept in store.

McGregor replied to one of the questions asked by a fan about his foot injury and his fight with Khabib. He said

I broke my foot 3 weeks out from bout, about my fighting time reveal all.

Also, it is quite evident that McGregor has been trying hard for a rematch with Nurmagomedov. That is because he claims that there was a dispute which was hanging over the bout over the entire brawl. McGregor did end up winning the third round amidst all issues.

Conor McGregor MMA retirement and Culture war

Overall, he is a fighter but a retired man who has not mentally retired for MMA.

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