UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov is accusing Conor McGregor of “running” from a rematch. Lightweight contender Kevin Ferguson has also called out the Irish fighter in light of his weight gain, stating that he would be “embarrassed to fight him”.
Conor McGregor is a mixed martial artist and boxer. He has been in the spotlight for his recent weight gain, which Kevin Holland calls out.
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Conor McGregor debuted his muscular new appearance this week, and Kevin Holland is skeptical that his increases are entirely natural.
Holland, who isn’t afraid to make a joke or express his thoughts, sent a remark on Instagram regarding McGregor’s new appearance.
“Conor “vitro Belfort” McGregor,” Holland said, implying that he was referring to former UFC champion Vitor Belfort, who has been linked to testosterone replacement treatment.
Holland used the same picture McGregor used earlier this week, implying that his weight loss was due to his dining at his restaurant, The Black Forge.
“Before going to The Black Forge for a meal. McGregor tweeted, “After a feast at The Black Forge.” “Irish product of high quality. Throughout the board. Unmatched!”
McGregor has been on the mend after breaking his leg in a battle against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 and has been putting in effort. He earlier said on social media that he was weighing approximately 190 pounds, which is a significant weight gain for McGregor, who has previously competed at as low as 145 pounds.
Holland is remorseful for making fun of McGregor in the past.
Holland is a master of memes, and after McGregor’s defeat to Poirier, he mocked him with a modified interview of his interview with Joe Rogan.
Holland stated, “In case you missed [Conor McGregor’s] initial statements after the fight, he was truly letting go after the fight.”
He “apologized” in the comments after receiving some backlash from the McGregor army.
“Dam I had forgotten that the Conor aficionados would assassinate me. “Please accept my apologies,” Holland wrote.
McGregor is still hungry for a fight.
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Whether or not a championship is on the line, a McGregor fight draws a lot of attention – and money. And, despite his large sums of money, the Irishman is still eager to fight in the octagon.
White said of McGregor, “He’s itching at the bit to go back in there and fight again.” “It’ll be a long time before he can exert any torque on that leg.” April is probably about appropriate for him to start training again.”
McGregor’s devotion is undeniable, according to White, and he wants to return to winning bouts. Since 2018, he’s only won one bout, which was against Donald Cerrone.
“It’s clear he still wants to compete,” White remarked. “You never hear Conor say things like, ‘You know what, man?’” ‘I simply don’t want to do it any longer.’ Do you understand what I’m talking about? Yes, he’s definitely wealthy, and he’s training like Rocky from ‘Rocky III,’ but he still wants to compete and fight, so we’ll see what happens.”
McGregor’s next bout may go a number of different directions, as his longtime head coach John Kavanagh said on Monday’s episode of The MMA Hour.
“I’ll be honest, I’m very, very tempted by the Nate Diaz trilogy,” Kavanagh said. “This is the kind of conflict that gives me nightmares.” Whether it’s three or five rounds, the guy doesn’t stop coming forward, and it’s a fascinating battle. As a result, that one is unquestionably intriguing. The Tony Ferguson one, on the other hand, never occurred. It was widely discussed. And I feel Tony still has a lot to give the game. He’s an unconventional striker and grappler. For the fans, I believe the buildup would be entertaining. So any of those men had a legacy.”
It may be some time before we see McGregor return to the octagon, but the outcome of his next fight will have a significant impact on the remainder of his career.
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