“Liver shot”: MMA star Michael Chandler sheds light on the shocking game plan to defeat Conor McGregor

Recently, Michael Chandler quite succinctly explained how he believes he would defeat Conor McGregor on The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) in the future. During a recent flight, Michael “Iron” Chandler participated in an Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) session on Twitter and answered a number of fan questions.

A patron questioned Chandler on his strategy for beating McGregor given that the “Irishman” is anticipated to challenge him in the octagon later this year.

Chandler’s bold plan to defeat McGregor

Chandler answered, The “liver shot.” As well as recently “Konner MGrer”(Conor McGregor) has received a heartfelt pre-fight message from Michael Chandler’s adorable young son. Michael Chandler, taking on Conor McGregor on TUF 31, lost to Dustin Poirier via submission in the third round of their previous encounter.

Conor McGregor is a globally-known UFC stalwart also who is also recognized as the “Mystic Mac.” He certainly has accepted a new role as a coach in the thirty-first season of The Ultimate Fighter. While Michael Chandler, the coach of the opposition side, leads his own squad.

Conor McGregor himself is in charge of a group of aspirational fighters. The show’s premise centers on the expectation of a future confrontation between McGregor and Chandler, which builds to a titanic climax at the end of the season.

When will Michael Chandler fight Conor McGregor?

Due to McGregor’s exclusion from the USADA testing pool, the highly anticipated fight has not yet been officially announced. Conor “The Notorious” Mcgregor very much needs to spend a minimum of 6 months in the testing pool even before he is allowed to participate just once more.

According to current sources, “The Notorious” by all means must pass an obligatory six-month drug test period. This is all to be done while being monitored by the USADA even before he can take part in a bout.

Also, Conor McGregor very well needs to act quickly before the 48-hour deadline runs out if he wishes to match up against Michael Chandler at UFC 296. All before the promotion’s final pay-per-view event of 2023 as he does not have much time to join the USADA pool.

Going by the current information from combat sports journalist Todd Atkins, Conor McGregor is no longer interested in competing against Michael Chandler.

Michael Chandler

The UFC has been obliged by this revelation to immediately search elsewhere for potential substitute opponents in case McGregor manages to miss the USADA cutoff deadline. As Conor McGregor’s crucial USADA deadline approaches, tension among fans grows, heightening the excitement and raising questions about the result of their eagerly anticipated match. The revelations of Chandler’s game plan and the potential difficulties McGregor may have in meeting the USADA criteria have added layers of interest to the story.

Are you excited about their potential matchup?Let us know your thoughts on Michael Chandler’s strategy to defeat Conor McGregor in the comments section.

Kushal Shinde

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