Whereas Conor McGregor introduced on Twitter that he’s seemingly set for a Boxing match in opposition to the legendary Manny Pacquiao, the Irishman additionally revealed the exchanges he had with UFC President Dana White previous to the COVID-19 pandemic had struck.

Taking to Twitter, Conor McGregor posted a collection of tweets and responded to UFC veteran Diego Sanchez, who just lately expressed his curiosity in dealing with the Irishman contained in the Octagon. And surprisingly sufficient, McGregor additionally thought-about preventing Sanchez and had requested the UFC to guide the struggle after the latter’s bout in opposition to Michel Pereira.

The Irishman took be aware of Sanchez’s newest feedback and additional added that he requested the UFC to guide a struggle between the pair in Dublin, Eire of all locations. Lastly, Conor McGregor wished the veteran luck forward of his struggle this weekend.

Here’s what Conor McGregor wrote on Twitter:

Conor McGregor’s to struggle Manny Pacquiao subsequent?

In early 2020, Conor McGregor made his return to the Octagon in the principle occasion of UFC 246. On the pay-per-view, The Infamous One put away the veteran Donald Cerrone inside 40 seconds and with the win, marked the triumphant return of the previous two-division UFC Champion for the primary time since his loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Whereas it was reportedly claimed by McGregor that he was seeking to maintain himself energetic within the UFC all through 2020, the previous UFC Light-weight Champion ultimately determined to retire after the COVID-19 outbreak. It was initially famous that the UFC had failed to barter a struggle with McGregor and in his latest tweet, the Irishman shared quite a few screenshots to show it as properly.

After failing to come back to phrases for a struggle in opposition to Diego Sanchez, Conor McGregor additionally requested for a struggle in opposition to Justin Gaethje however because it turned out, even that struggle by no means got here to fruition.

Printed 26 Sep 2020, 05:24 IST


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