Conor McGregor makes unusual promise when evaluating return to MMA after leaving fight at UFC 303

Cut from confrontation on June 29, Irishman dares and guarantees full redemption in his career


C. McGregor has not competed since 2021. Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

Cut from UFC 303 by injury, Conor McGregor did not hide his optimism for his return to MMA. Out of action for almost three years, the Irish star promised flat redemption and ruled out any possibility of retirement. The combatant reinforced the reason that made him give up the fight against Michael chandler, which would take place on June 29th.

“I will never go into a fight injured again and I will never lose a fight again,” said McGregor, in his profile on X, old Twitter.


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A popular phenomenon in MMA, Conor was preparing to promote his return to the octagon after almost three years of hiatus. On the eve of UFC 303However, the Irishman suffered an injury to his left foot, which forced him to leave the game.

In his last challenge, McGregor suffered a serious injury in the trilogy against Dustin poirier. With fractures, the combatant went through a long recovery process.


Chosen to share the octagon with the 'Notorious', Michael chandler also goes through a long career hiatus. The North American, who chose to wait for the company's former double champion, has not fought since the end of 2022.

Currently, Conor is experiencing an unstable moment in his career. In the last five engagements, the fighter had two triumphs and three setbacks.


McGregor's last victory came at the beginning of 2020. On that occasion, the Irishman brutalized Donald Cerrone.

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