Conor McGregorLongtime coach John Kavanagh was in conversation with Ariel Helwani a day after the Irishman’s inspiration UFC 257 defeat. During the discussion, Kavanagh reflected on a host of issues surrounding the first UFC pay-per-view of 2021 and also went on to reveal what will be serious for McGregor.
With Dustin PoirierThe win at UFC 257, the score is tied at 1-1 between him and The Notorious One. And, coach Kavanagh suggested that Conor McGregor was already going around “harassing” people to get a third fight with The Diamond.
John Kavanagh reveals Conor McGregor’s next plans
The loss of Conor McGregor to Dustin Poirier was the first TKO loss of his career. Initially, the former UFC lightweight champion had an excellent start to the fight and had a solid first round. But, congratulations to Poirier for turning the score around in the second round and finally sealing the victory damaging McGregor’s calf.
With Dustin’s legs kicking doing the damage, the former lightweight interim champion fired a bunch of shots at McGregor, forcing ref Herb Dean to call the fight. John Kavanagh has now revealed that Conor McGregor has plans to return before the summer and his main goal is to cross paths with Poirier for the third time.
For the trilogy fight, Conor McGregor apparently proposed the idea of a fight for the UFC league.
“He’s already hurt everyone to get revenge. He’d really like revenge. I don’t think Dustin is against it. If we could get revenge before the summer, it would be amazing. If he doesn’t, I think I don’t know. really. Maybe he’s going to boxing. “
Conor McGregor has made it clear that he wants to stay active in the UFC for the rest of 2021. The Notorious has promised to return to the octagon once again this year, but it remains to be seen if he will stay true to it. his word or not.
A third fight against Dustin Poirier is rumored at the moment. However, a trilogy against Nate Diaz could also be considered for The Notorious One later.
Published on 26 Jan 2021 00:36 IST