In recent years, Conor McGregor has struggled to match the dominance that once characterized his reign in the octagon. Despite his incredible achievements, including becoming the first UFC fighter to hold titles in two divisions simultaneously, the Irishman is currently recovering from a leg injury sustained in his trilogy bout with Dustin Poirier at UFC 264.
Despite this, McGregor’s reputation as a fierce competitor and entertaining fighter remains intact. Despite losing three of his last four UFC fights, fans still tune in to watch him compete, and his dedicated fanbase eagerly anticipates his return to the octagon. Dana White recently announced that Conor will be making his comeback as a coach on the upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF), where he will face off against Michael Chandler.
Lil Wayne tweeted after the allegedly rigged UFC 284 main event, “Not sure if I’ll ever watch UFC again.”
However, Lil Wayne’s tune changed quickly as he realized the exciting events that were ahead in the UFC’s schedule, including the highly anticipated comebacks of Jon Jones and Conor McGregor, as well as the much-awaited rematch between Alex Pereira and Israel Adesanya.
Wait, ‘Bones’ Jones komin back?! Ok, I lied and you know I can’t miss dat [Alex] Pereira v ‘[Last] Stylebender’!!!! And Conor [McGregor] coming bak right?? Yeah, I lied.”