Conor McGregor Retires From The UFC

Immediately after Amanda Nunes’ win over Felicia Spencer at UFC 250, McGregor Tweeted his decision to retire.

At a 22-4 overall record in the UFC, is he really done this time?

He had a series of retiring and un-retiring in 2019 and back in 2016.

His last fight was a win verses Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in UFC 249. He was dominant defeating Cowboy in 40 seconds.

Would he really leave the sport before seeking his revenge against Lightweight Champion Khabib Nurmagomedov?

After his defeat to Khabib, madness insued. Fights inside ring and in the crowd broke out between the two camps.

I know that if I was McGregor, that rematch would be a must.

Even with a strong victory in his last match, the last thing we remember is him losing badly to Khabib.

Published by Kalum Vaughns

Freelance journalist, podcaster, entrepreneur, author and philanthropist.

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