Conor McGregor has kept fans guessing about what his next move will be while he heals from an injury he got at UFC 264.
Again, he might have said something mysterious about leaving MMA.
In a series of tweets, McGregor hinted that he wouldn't be in the octagon for a while. McGregor said, "Mma, I'll never forget you!
"Easy work." After McGregor got a part in the remake of "Road House" with Jake Gyllenhaal, he sent out that tweet.
A few hours later, he said, "I'll never let go, Jack!" from the movie "Titanic." That could have been about mixed martial arts.
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Is Conor McGregor giving up mixed martial arts? A few years ago, when he easily won the UFC lightweight and featherweight titles,
Conor McGregor was on top of the world. In 2016, he won the lightweight title by beating Eddie Alvarez. That would be his last fight until 2019 for the UFC.
In 2017, he boxed against Floyd Mayweather. McGregor's time in the octagon was short because the fight made him one of the richest athletes of all time.
When McGregor fought Khabib Nurmagomedov again, he lost. McGregor is 1-3 since he came back.
At UFC 264, McGregor lost to Dustin Poirier for the second time in a row. He broke his tibia in the process and had to have surgery to fix it.
He is supposed to go back into action in 2023, but making "Road House" may hold him up. McGregor has also said that he would like to fight Mayweather again.
McGregor hinted, through his new film project, that he might be back in the octagon in the future, right after he said he might retire.
I'm coming back! For the good of all people! I must return! Happy birthday, Mr. Schwarzenegger!I hope you and H are happy with how I've been getting better
and with my most recent move on the board. "Fun times are coming, so bring it.