Although 3 times announced retirement, but all three times, Conor McGregor gave different reasons. This time, Conor McGregor said “this could be a real retirement”.
For the third time in four years, McGregor posted a tweet asking to retire from his retirement, which made the MMA world dizzy.
For the first time in March 2016 before playing against Nate Diaz, McGregor felt dissatisfied that UFC was “squeezing” his image and presence too much. The second time was in April 2019, in the middle of negotiations with UFC after the defeat to Khabib, claiming that this retirement would lead to the Irish superstar’s recent victory over Donald Cerrone.
At his previous retirement, Conor McGregor returned to defeat Donald Cerrone.
The latest retirement announcement came just minutes after the end of UFC 250. According to McGregor, the Irish superstar was tired of MMA. Conor McGregor also said that he sketched out the retirement tweet for nearly two weeks before deciding to send it on Sunday.
Which scenario for Conor McGregor after retirement?
Conor McGregor shocked the world of martial arts with the announcement of his retirement this afternoon. So, after Conor McGregor retires, what scenarios will be for the Irish superstar?
A few hours ago, Conor McGregor announced his retirement on social networking site Twitter. The Irish MMA superstar said he had “decided to retire from playing.” This is not so much a confusing decision for Conor McGregor.
Owning the mind of an entrepreneur, the appearance of an amateur, the leading position in the sports industry, without any financial worries.
Conor McGregor acknowledges that tests like a rematch with Khabib Nurmagomedov, playing a match against Max Holloway, or trying to move up to Welterweight will be great if he succeeds. But what if McGregor failed? It will be a critical knockout for “The Notorious” after consecutive losses in the past 3 years.