Conor McGregor “Retires” From The UFC Again

Conor McGregor has “retired” from the UFC again.

Moments after Amanda Nunes became the first UFC fighter to hold two titles and defend them at the same time in the main event of UFC 250, the former two-division UFC champ, announced that he was done with the sport of MMA.

McGregor also “retired” in 2016 via social media when he and the UFC argued about media obligations around a fight with Nate Diaz.


In 2019, McGregor “retired” for a second time. Again, he made that announcement on social media.

Neither of McGregor’s previous retirements stood. The Irish competitor has stepped into the octagon four times since his April 2016 retirement tweet. McGregor is 3-1 in those bouts. His most recent fight was a 40-second TKO win over Donald Cerrone in January. That bout served as the main event of UFC 246.


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