Conor McGregor hints at returning to being the Notorious one. The fighter writes a cryptic message on Instagram.
Conor McGregor’s rise in the UFC circuit and him reaching the summit of popularity has a lot to do with his outside of the ring demeanor. Over the years the Irishman has become the promotion’s premier trash talk agent and owing to that characteristic he has become the biggest crowd-puller of the sport.
While the former UFC champ-champ is also a carrier of exceptional striking ability but his before-fight antics and the way he affects his opponent psychologically are apparently his primary attacks. And since these lethal actions are dependent on the build-up stretch, his opponents and MMA enthusiasts tend to know what to expect from McGregor. However contrary to the supposed perception, in the last couple of fights McGregor hasn’t used the foul dialect and in-turn has shown utmost respect to his opponents to be.
His steep transition has shocked the analysts and fanatics worldwide and, many believe addition in family roles has propelled him to hide his vile side, which in-turn has impacted his in-ring performance.
Following his UFC 257 TKO loss to Dustin Poirier, a number of broadcasters and fighters have circled out that the new avatar of Conor McGregor is not intimidating, and for him to come back to winning ways he has to channelize his older self.
Conor McGregor hints at channelizing his Notorious side
Conor McGregor is quite active on social media and on Monday, January 8, the 32-year-old posted a photo of himself on Instagram, with a caption-“No more mr nice guy.”
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Conor McGregor is apparently aware of the talks about him and this may be him telling what about to come.
What’s Next For Conor McGregor?
After enduring physical damage at UFC 257 against Dustin Poirier, Conor McGregor is currently recuperating from the leg injury. Diamond’s calf kicks proved to be the differentiating factor in the match, which left Mystic Mac on crutches. On account of the leg injury, McGregor has received a 6-month medical suspension.
Though the suspension may not allow him to come back before June, the former champ-champ is seemingly eager to make an early return. Post the fight, McGregor straightaway expressed interest in the third showdown against Poirier, and recently on social media as well McGregor voiced further heed on the trilogy bout.
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With 3 more fights left in his UFC contract and a keenness to appear again in the Octagon, it is certain that the most recognized UFC fighter in the world is not going to leave the leading combat field, however, who he may face next is a concern which the matchmakers might have to handle with care.
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