McGregor Announces Retirement for 3rd Time

UFC Supporters weren’t surprised to read that Conor McGregor has retired from the UFC for the 3rd time. The Irishman claims that Dana White’s latest variant of MMA doesn’t excite him, prompting frustration over the format. Internal sources with the Ultimate Fighter’s Championship indicate that the valid reasoning for his retirement follows after financial disputes didn’t favour McGregor’s camp. Top fighters delegating their next fighting contract in the UFC have been limited since returning amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Dana White is offering these individuals 18% of their regular payments, with this extending towards Conor McGregor.

The rampant tyrants of Conor McGregor have been extensive since the UFC returned. He first claimed that multiple contracts were being negotiated, with three more fights slated for the 2020 season. After UFC 250, those remarks have been reverted by the Irishman. UFC Fans are sceptical of McGregor announcing his 3rd retirement, which follows in a four-year timeframe.

Most were expecting that he’d maintain multiple contracts for this season after defeating Donald “The Cowboy” Cerrone in forty seconds. It marked the 2nd fastest knockout in UFC History. Nobody accounted for the coronavirus during that period, which was an exclusive virus to China. When it spread worldwide & the UFC had to enter hiatus for a short period, Dana White changed his negotiating tactics. It’s resulted in Jon Jones, the Greatest UFC Fighter in statistical history, to also retire from the competition.

Shots at Dana White

Conor McGregor’s Social Media Feeds indicated that the UFC has become a waiting game, with nothing happening for the top fighters & smaller opponents receiving all the fighting options. He then remarked that Dana White purposely delayed the Khabib Nurmagomedov & Justin Gaethje fight, with the UFC President hoping that alterations in various circumstances will allow Dana to barter lower salaries for both fighters.

Conor then remarked that because of this ignorant strategy, this bout won’t ever see the light of day. This would follow similarly to the Tony Ferguson & Khabib Nurmagomedov rivalry, which always failed to playout. The final sentiments from Conor “The Irishman” McGregor noted that without fans permitted to visit these venues, the livelihood of this competition has diminished.