Dana White: ‘Conor McGregor is retired’
Conor McGregor and Dana White
Will this stay?
Conor McGregor has retired several times over the years to never really keep it up. Could be different this time?
If what UFC President Dana White had to say after UFC on ESPN 11 on Saturday night in Las Vegas means something, it may be different. He flatly stated that the Irish superstar had ended the game.
"No (contact McGregor). Conor McGregor is retired," White told ESPN's Brett Okamoto.
McGregor tweeted his retirement after Amanda Nunes' recent win at UFC 250 on June 6th. He later explained to ESPN Ariel Helwani why he decided to retire.
"I just don't like the game, and that's it," said McGregor. "All of this is waiting around. Nothing happens. I go through the opponent's options and nothing is really there at the moment. There is nothing to upset me. There is simply no enthusiasm for me. "
(Video courtesy of ESPN MMA)
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