Conor McGregor is simultaneously one of the most feared, loved, respected, hated and controversial names in UFC. Over the years, the man has built such a persona that he has become one of the most polarizing names in the company! Recently, McGregor announced his return plans – and he chalked out three fights. However, we don’t know much beyond that; most probably because that means the end for McGregor – does a retirement await the Mystic Mac? Let us find out.
Leon Edwards say’s he was offered a fight with Tyron Woodley for January 18th as co-main event to Conor McGregor.
— 🥊🥋🤼♂️ (@LGS_MMA) October 27, 2019
McGregor vs Khabib II to Be Conor McGregor’s Final Match?
McGregor will fight once in January 2019. He will follow that up with fighting the winner of Nate Diaz vs Jorge Masvidal (UFC 244). Following that, he is aiming at Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov II – a rematch that he has so desperately wanted to have since UFC 229. There are no plans beyond that because once he defeats Khabib, he would gain the ultimate satisfaction and would then head off into the sunset.
Besides that, he is also looking forward to training Tyson Fury – the popular boxer who recently made his WWE debut for his eventual MMA debut.
Up the Fury’s! Let’s go 👊 https://t.co/KiauM5RPt3
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) October 27, 2019
McGregor to Become Trainer Post-Retirement?
Tyson Fury is all set to face off against WWE’s Braun Strowman over the next week, following that, he is going to face off against Deontay Wilder in a huge rematch in 2020, after which he is likely to hang his gloves and retire from boxing forever – and eventually make his MMA debut, where Conor McGregor will help train him.