Conor McGregor’s Coach Comments on UFC 246 Match: Is McGregor Not Ready to Face New Challenge?

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Conor McGregor’s return is one of the most awaited events in UFC. The Irish fighter has been making media statements rather frequently and has been teasing his comeback for some time now. However, McGregor has finally confirmed that he will be back in action in January 2020 at UFC 246. He is bound to main-event the show and is currently expected to face a mystery opponent, most likely Justin Gaethje. Let us take a closer look at what his coach had to say about him.

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Conor McGregor’s Coach Comments on His Fitness

Conor McGregor’s coach Owen Roddy, who helps him improve his striking, recently commented that he is confident that McGregor is going to defeat his next opponent, whoever he may be. He added that Conor is ‘working very hard’ is ‘ready to go’ and is in ‘phenomenal shape’.

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This is some good news coming from camp McGregor as many of his fans wondered if The Irishman would have gained some ring-rust, given he had been away from MMA for so long now. However, it appears that the former champ is in great spirits and is physically quite well too – and a comeback is bound to bring a strong win for McGregor.

Conor McGregor vs Justin Gaethje: What to Expect?

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While it hasn’t really been confirmed so far, but we expect Conor McGregor vs Justin Gaethje to take place at UFC 246. This would be a fight that wouldn’t really be ‘too easy’ for McGregor, but there is absolutely no doubt among his fans that he has any chance of a loss! McGregor is expected to defeat Gaethje and is then expected to take on Jorge Masvidal at UFC 250.

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