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Conor McGregor expresses regret about his championship reign


Conor McGregor, like every other MMA fan, was in awe of Alexander Volkanovski and Islam Makhachev’s performances in the UFC 284 main event. Volkanovski prevailed in the fight and applied ground and pound to the lightweight champion as the packed RAC Arena in Perth, Australia, cheered.

Experts in MMA predicted that Volkanovski’s size disadvantage would be a major factor in the battle. Ending those stories, the Australian boxer once more proved why he was ranked one in the pound-for-pound rankings. The Dagastani, however, will probably now overtake the No. 1 position.

Islam Makhachev faced the toughest opposition of his professional career, yet he was still able to successfully reclaim his lightweight title and prevail by unanimous decision.
The Irishman shockingly praised both fighters for their efforts despite his long-standing rivalry with Khabib Nurmagomedov, which has resulted in McGregor’s antagonistic relationship with Makhachev. While the remarks were a significant turnaround in his usual animosity against Makhachev, he also expressed some regret over his own championship run.

Conor McGregor was astounded by the enthusiasm of the Australian audience, who helped make the event a success. As a two-division champion, “The Notorious” claimed on Twitter that he should have visited “The Land Down Under” to perform for Australian fans. McGregor tweeted the following:

“Guys, that battle last night was awesome! There are only winners there. I absolutely enjoyed seeing The Ozzie and the Ozzie’s come out! Perth also looks fuckin’ delicious, so I can see why so many Irish people live there. Former titles were on the line, so I should have left. congratulations to everyone at @ufcevent-com

Basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal is confident that Conor McGregor can become a champion again

Recently, Conor McGregor hasn’t had his greatest appearance. He has lost three of his last four fights under the UFC’s auspices, which has added to the idea that his best days are behind him.

The return of Conor McGregor to the UFC is fantastic news for his rabid fan base. Michael Chandler will be McGregor’s opponent in the forthcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF), in which he will coach.

Shaquille O’Neal, a basketball legend, believes Conor McGregor can win a championship once more. However, it is unclear whether Conor McGregor will be able to replicate his UFC glory days. O’Neal said in a recent interview with InsideFighting:

“Our blood types are similar, myself and him. We rise when you cast doubt on us. He received a few blows. He temporarily disappeared. I have no doubt that he will return to get revenge.
When asked if he believed the Irishman will win a championship once more, O’Neal merely added:

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