With USADA scandal and uncertain Michael Chandler bout, Conor McGregor’s manager discloses UFC icon could join WWE

Conor McGregor’s manager has raised an unexpected prospect amid the USADA scandal and uncertainty surrounding a potential fight with Michael Chandler: the UFC legend might think about joining the WWE should things continue to go this way. The rumors surface as McGregor’s professional trajectory takes an unexpected turn, with recent incidents and defeats prompting concerns about his prospects in mixed martial arts.

Although nothing has been confirmed, such a move may give McGregor a new stage to display his charisma and showmanship, capturing the attention of a wider audience in the professional wrestling community.

Conor McGregor’s manager talks about a potential move to WWE

Conor McGregor’s manager, Audie Attar, has discussed the prospect of the UFC legend joining WWE in the world of professional wrestling in recent interviews. The notion of making the switch to WWE has gained popularity in light of the USADA controversy and questions surrounding McGregor’s next MMA match.

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Attar expressed interest in pursuing this new route when he acknowledged the discussions that had taken place between McGregor‘s team and WWE personnel. He emphasized that professional wrestling would be a perfect fit for McGregor’s personality, theatrics, and ability to entertain, giving him the chance to interact with a larger worldwide crowd.

The possibility of a WWE-related crossover has fans and sports aficionados fascinated, even if Attar would not disclose any specific plans.

Conor McGregor vs Michael Chandler bout canceled?

No official statement or confirmation regarding the postponement of the Conor McGregor vs. Michael Chandler fight has been made as of July 15, 2023. Following their positions as rival coaches on “The Ultimate Fighter” reality series, the eagerly awaited match is scheduled to take place at welterweight.

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There are, however, significant unknowns in relation to the prospective conflict. Notorious still hasn’t returned to the USADA drug-testing pool after suffering a leg injury in the third fight against Dustin Poirier. Before becoming permitted to compete, fighters must spend at least six months in the testing pool and submit negative tests, according to USADA regulations

A sexual assault allegation that McGregor is presently dealing with could possibly have an effect on his future fights as well.

The Notorious vs. Iron battle may still take place this year, according to the UFC President, but many MMA specialists and fans remain skeptical. Even while Michael Chandler shows optimism that the fight will eventually happen, other people think it may be time for him to move on and look for other possibilities if the matchup doesn’t materialize.

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