This Saturday, there will be a showdown between the baddest men on the planet as the Heavyweight champions, Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou, finally square off. Notorious Conor McGregor is on his way to Saudi Arabia to be ringside for this bout.
Mystic Mac has also re-entered the USADA testing pool, which means he is now part of the same pool that includes all the fighters actively competing in the organization. This news came as a big shock to many fighting fans.
Conor McGregor to attend Tyson Fury vs Ngannou showdown
The battle of two heavyweight giants is going to happen this weekend. Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou will face off this week in a boxing match in Saudi to finally settle the debate on who the real baddest man on the planet is. The build up to this fight has been insane with some of the biggest names coming to the press conference, not to forget Mike Tyson, one of the best boxers to exist trained Francis.
Conor McGregor is also one of the superstars who was present ringside for the event. He posted on all his social media, saying that “The Notorious” has now arrived in Saudi and loves being part of massive events like this, considering himself a people’s man. He enjoys the hype surrounding him at these significant events, and it will be interesting to see how he interacts with the crowd on the day of the fight.
McGregor’s re-entry into USADA testing pool
The one fighter the UFC has missed more than any is undoubtedly Conor McGregor, who has not fought since his defeat to Dustin Poirier as he injured himself during that bout and has been training ever since.
The Irishman has made it clear that he will be returning to the octagon soon, but an official date has not been set for his return. There is now hope in the eyes of the fans, as Conor has now officially entered the USADA pool.
This does not mean a lot, but it does hint at the possibility of him returning to the octagon quicker than what was expected. UFC has also had problems with USADA recently, so Conor’s official entry into the pool is a sign of positivity for the fans for sure.
When do you think Conor is likely to return to the octagon, do let us know.