On the upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter, Conor McGregor will make a comeback as Michael Chandler’s adversary coach.
For the first time, McGregor, who has been sidelined with a broken leg for more than a year and a half, recently discussed his future booking. ‘Notorious’ claims to be throwing his head kicks faster than his jabs, most likely referring to his leg injuries.
Despite exaggerations, athletes who throw head kicks that are quicker than their jabs should be very concerned about their jab speed. Conor McGregor, who asserts to be thrilled about his return, is said to believe that everything is possible. In front of his Dublin bar, Black Forge Inn, the former UFC double champion stated to Daily Mirror:
“awaiting it with interest. awaiting it with interest. feeling positive, energised, and prepared. You see, I’m throwing up my high kicks far more quickly than my jabs. I’m therefore eager to return, okay.”
After appearing in Season 22 alongside Urijah Faber as a TUF coach, this will be Conor McGregor’s second time doing so.
The following bout between “Notorious” and Michael Chandler will take place at welterweight; the exact date has not yet been made public. The AT&T Stadium in Dallas and MSG in New York are two potential venues, according to UFC president Dana White.