Conor McGregor has just been cast in his first major-screen role. However, the UFC champion twice was again mentioned on Wednesday as hinting at his retirement. We have the best sports betting sites to help you with your UFC wagering. Did McGregor actually mean that he is looking at retirement? Or is it just another cry for attention? I would guess that it is just another look at me moment from a star who, with his past four performances, is becoming more and more irrelevant each day.
McGregor took to Twitter Wednesday to tell his followers, “Mma!” It was simple work.
McGregor’s UFC career will be over with a record 22-6, after he lost three of his four previous fights if he retires now. I am sure McGregor doesn’t want to go out a loser, so my money is on at least one more fight for Mcgregor.
According to some reports, Conor McGregor made more than $55million in boxing and UFC. But the real question with any athlete would be how much of the money does he still have?
McGregor lost to Floyd Mayweather in 2017 in an attempt to usher in a new era of celebrity boxing.
Since then, he has worked hard to increase his net wealth. He has several brand partnerships, including the launch of Proper 12 Whiskey.
McGregor sold his brand shares in 2021 to Jose Cuervo for $600 million. So I highly doubt money would be the issue with McGregor.
McGregor added confusion when he wished Arnold Schwarzenegger a happy birthday via Twitter.
McGregor used Schwarzenegger’s catchphrase “I’ll be back” for his birthday tweet. He also shared several photos, including one shot of his leg in a cast.
McGregor isn’t the only one to take a break and return via Twitter. McGregor has done it in the past.
McGregor resigned via Twitter after negotiations ended in 2019. McGregor pulled another retirement hoax moments after UFC 255 was over.
McGregor may have decided to end his career. It could be a stunt on McGregor’s part, as he has been known to entertain retirement thoughts in the past. I think we are seeing McGregor looking for attention and nothing more, he will be back!
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