Conor McGregor disappointed with potential ruling out of UFC comeback bout vs Michael Chandler in December

Conor McGregor aka The Notorious MMA hasn’t fought in ages. His last fight was against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 back in 2021. The verdict of the fight went in favor of the American mixed martial artist, Dustin Poirier. The Irishman suffered a hard defeat against ‘Diamond’ through a technical knockout in the very first round.

Conor not only faced defeat in his 3rd fight against Dustin but also suffered a brutal leg injury that had many fans worried about his combat sports career. However, he later appeared in a season of TUF against Michael Chandler which was supposed to build up a fight between the two coaches. Now it seems like the fight may not actually be happening.

Conor McGregor drops major update on bout vs Michael Chandler

Conor McGregor is set to make his UFC return in December 2024 against Michael Chandler, but the Irishman thinks that the fight is not going to happen. Rumors suggest that the UFC will not allow McGregor to fight in December because of his failure to re-enter the USADA testing pool on time.

In his recovery period, he put on a huge amount of muscle, Many fans and some of his rivals believe that the Irishman was on Performance enhancing drugs which is the reason he didn’t enter the testing pool on time.

“They’re Not Going to Let Me Fight in December, ladies and gentlemen.” The Irishman added in his recent Twitter post, which had voice notes attached.

Update on Conor McGregor’s UFC comeback

Conor hasn’t entered the octagon since July 2021 after breaking his leg at UFC 264 against Dustin Poirier. The former UFC champion did not retire after this instead, set his sights on Chandler.

As the TUF season went on, many fans became hopeful about seeing their favorite star back in action. However, Conor never enlisted in the Usada testing pool during this period. Normally an athlete is required to undergo at least 6 months of testing before he can compete.

After a recent Anthony Joshua event, Conor expressed his interest in fighting Chandler in December, followed by a match against the reigning BMF title holder Justin ‘The Highlight’ Gaethje and finally complete his trilogy against UFC veteran Nate Diaz.

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