As promised, Conor McGregor will not be fighting Nate Diaz for the main event at UFC 200.
If Conor McGregor is trying to pressure the UFC into putting him back on the UFC 200 fight card by lying on Twitter, it is not going to work.
Conor McGregor announced early Monday morning that he is back on the UFC 200 card, but there has been no official word from the UFC itself.
Conor McGregor is not retiring from MMA, but that does not mean his fight against Nate Diaz at UFC 200 is back on.
Conor McGregor is not retiring, he simply wants the UFC to allow him to focus all of his time on training for his upcoming fight rather than promoting it.
We finally have a reason that appears to explain Conor McGregor’s shocking and abrupt retirement announcement, and the UFC’s response of pulling him from a fight.
Jon Jones opened up in a recent interview in which he admitted he was a “drug addict” and said he has overcome his addiction.
Has Conor McGregor just delivered the most abrupt mic drop in recent memory?
The UFC fighter sent a cryptic tweet on Tuesday afternoon in which he appeared to announce that he was stepping away from