Conor McGregor speaks out about returning to fighting

Conor McGregor speaks out about returning to fighting

Former two-weight UFC champion Conor McGregor, who never returned to the American Anti-Doping Agency testing pool, answered the question of whether he plans to resume his professional career as a fighter.

“I’m where you need to be, and you all shut up and wait!”, The Irishman wrote on the social network. “Patience, plebeians. Listen in silence to the roar from the throne. Bring me booze, gold and booty!”

Shortly after publication, McGregor traditionally deleted this message.

A few days earlier, the Irish fighter’s alleged rival, Michael Chandler, who starred with him in the 31st season of TUF, expressed his bewilderment that Conor McGregor still did not pass drug tests, which means that he would not have time to complete a six-month course of testing and go against him in the octagon before the end of this year.

Initially it was assumed that the coaching fight between Conor McGregor and Michael Chandler will lead the UFC 296 tournament, which will be held on December 16 in Las Vegas, however, UFC President Dana White is no longer hiding his doubts about the implementation of this plan.