The eagerly anticipated comeback of Conor McGregor to the UFC has been postponed once more. One year after his last bout, the former UFC champion in two weight classes was anticipated to fight this summer. However, according to a spokeswoman for him, he is now “on track” for a “major return next year.” Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! Conor McGregor’s eagerly anticipated return to the UFC has been postponed yet again, according to agent said Saturday to MMA Junkie , and the Irishman most likely won’t fight again until 2023.
Since losing to Floyd Mayweather in the 10th round of their rematch in 2017, McGregor has only won one MMA fight in four subsequent battles, including two losses against Dustin Poirier.
When fight fans last saw McGregor in the Octagon, he was cursing at Poirier as medical personnel bandaged his broken leg and carried him out of the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on a stretcher.
It’s July 2021 now.
Dana White soon began to speculate that McGregor might not make a comeback for a full year. The UFC president stated that he will be “ready to roll” in the summer.