Conor McGregor is king of the MMA world again which means he can now choose to do whatever the hell he wants.
During last night’s UFC 202 post-fight press conference, Conor made it clear that he wasn’t interested in defending his title against Jose Aldo.
How long was I going back and forth with Jose? That must have been a two-year build up. He pulled out last minute. I continued to fight someone else. Then we rescheduled, two-year round-the-world deal with that boy and then he stepped in and I beat him in 13 seconds,” McGregor said following the close of UFC 202. “It’s hard for me to get excited about that, especially after his last performance. It was a decision, he didn’t go out and get it. He didn’t go out and get it like I wanted him to get it. So I don’t know, we’ll see.
Conor later hinted that another sport may be in his future but did not specify if he was talking about the WWE or boxing.
There’s a lot of options,” . “Some might not be this sport.”
“I’m in a beautiful, beautiful position right now,” “And that was built through hard work and I’m going to capitalize on that.”
Whatever Conor decides to do will surely bring in a ton of eyeballs and money to the UFC.