“1 billion percent! Right,” Conor McGregor doubles down on his statement about the three part fight happening against Nate Diaz in the latest session of #asknotorious

Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz
Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz

The former UFC two-division champion, Conor McGregor mestill recovering from the injury he suffered in the fight against the trio Dustin Poirier at UFC 264. According to him, McGregor’s fibula has healed but Tibia is still healing and he is aiming to return to the inside of the Octagon in mid-2022.

Conor McGregor has maintained one of the biggest draws over the years and he is being named by many fellow fighters for his comeback fight. ‘The Notorious’ has been back and forth with his arch-nemesis, Nate Diaz via Twitter.

McGregor and Diaz have a 1-1 win over each other and ‘The Stockton Slugger’ has one fight left on his UFC contract while Conor McGregor has two fights left on his UFC contract. Diaz was called upon by other fighters as well Vicente Luque, Khamzat Chimaev, Tony Ferguson, and others.

But none of these matches can match the intensity of the three-way battle between Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor. During the latest session of #asknotorious, McGregor doubled down on his claim of a trilogy fight going on with Diaz in the near future. When a person asks ‘The infamous’ “Will We Ever See the Nate Trilogy”.

Conor McGregor replied, “1 billion percent! Must to” Rumor has it that he might make a comeback at Welterweight. McGregor announced that he was circling the middleweight division, in another tweet, to which he replied: “Currently 85 kg of muscle, no fat” which means this fight could happen at Welterweight when McGregor returns.

Conor McGregor vows to make an even better performance than Eddie Alvarez

Conor McGregor
Conor McGregor

McGregor produced one of the best performances of his entire career in his fight against the former lightweight champion, Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205. ‘The Notorious’ won the UFC second-place title by knocking out Alvarez in the second round and he vowed to take it back again.

When another Twitter user asked Conor McGregor, “Do you think this performance can be topped again by anyone in the UFC,” he replied, “Yes by me”. ‘The Notorious’ also made sure his injured leg wouldn’t interfere with his performance.

In another tweet, he said, “I can’t wait to wrap this steel bar around my opponent’s neck in the future! I am counting down the seconds until I activate this weapon.”

Also read: “More ferocious” Conor McGregor claims to have a better ground fight than Nate Diaz. “1 billion percent! Right,” Conor McGregor doubles down on his statement about the three part fight happening against Nate Diaz in the latest session of #asknotorious


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