Conor McGregor via Twitter has revealed the first look of his charity fight with Dustin Poirier. So, is the fight official now?
Conor McGregor on Monday laid out a proposal in front of Dustin Poirier via social Media, and invited the No.2 ranked Lightweight to engage in a bout with him in Dublin, at an event on December 12, which will potentially generate funds for charity. The Diamond accepted the offer, but whether the fight will become official or not is still unclear, as UFC’s consent is necessary in order to avoid legal complications.
Conor McGregor Reveals Poster Of The Proposed Charity Fight With Dustin Poirier
In lines with the proposal, Conor McGregor has continued with the development, and has seemingly unveiled the official poster of the charity event. The Mystic Man took to Twitter to reveal the flyer. In the posted photo the names of Conor McGregor’s company, McGregor Sports and Entertainment, and Dustin Poirier’s NPO The Good Fight also features.
Martial art sparring match in aid of charity. Dublin, December 12th 2020.
Free to air spar. McGregor vs Poirier.
List of chosen charities available soon. All donations welcome ❤️ pic.twitter.com/cLfFbQ0IJF
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) September 30, 2020
Just a few hours before this post, Dana White in an interview with Barstool Sports revealed that the talks are in place for a potential Conor McGregor Vs. Dustin Poirier fight, though the president did not conveyed, for which date or month they would target this coveted fight. However, December 12 might not be the date in White’s mind, since on that very day, UFC 256 is scheduled to take place.
But apparently being indifferent with UFC’s offer and UFC 256, The Notorious One has now started to promote the charity event.
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