Dana White: ‘Conor McGregor is retired’


Is that this one going to stay?

Conor McGregor has retired on just a few separate events through the years, by no means to truly comply with by on it. May this time be completely different?

If what UFC president Dana White needed to say following UFC on ESPN 11 on Saturday night time in Las Vegas means something, maybe it’s completely different. He flatly acknowledged that the Irish celebrity has stop the sport.

“No (contact with McGregor). Conor McGregor is retired,” White advised ESPN’s Brett Okamoto.

McGregor tweeted his retirement following Amanda Nunes’s latest victory at UFC 250 on June 6. He later defined to ESPN’s Ariel Helwani why he determined to retire.

“The sport simply doesn’t excite me, and that’s that,” McGregor stated. “All this ready round. There’s nothing occurring. I’m going by opponent choices, and there’s nothing actually there on the minute. There’s nothing that’s thrilling me. There’s simply no buzz for me.”

(Video courtesy of ESPN MMA)


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