Nov 25 '20 | Von williamphillips

Conor McGregor abrupt retirement from blended combative techniques Saturday has left a huge void in the game when all is said in done, and a quite certain one in the lightweight division. Eight or so days back, on the off chance that you would have approached me who was next for the champ of the Glover Teixeira versus Thiago Santos headliner on Saturday, the appropriate response would have been an easy decision. Regardless of winning world titles at featherweight and lightweight, Conor McGregor seems, by all accounts, to be anxious to keep away from the weightcutting cycle at this phase of his profession and The Infamous will allegedly battle at 170lbs for the second time in succession. While no official declaration has been made on McGregors next battle, its appearing as though the Irishman will be imparting the Octagon to Dustin Poirier on January 23. McGregor was pushing for the rematch with Poirier to occur at Texas AT&T Arena yet UFC President Dana White isnt a devotee of that thought. http://blog.ratebe.com.au/...-Dustin-Poirier.html


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