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Conor McGregor enjoys a mysterious tweet – but he revealed his own UFC return’s date?
Ireland’s former two-weight UFC winner hasn’t set foot at the octagon with Khabib Nurmagomedov past October because his defeat, and he also announced his retirement from March from mixed martial arts.
But anticipation of a comeback was rife in recent weeks as a meeting with ESPN in August in which he stated he”would search for” a struggle for the”ending of the year”.
However it seems the 31-year-old is currently preparing to maintain his comeback.
“Dublin, December 14th,” he wrote on Twitter on Monday.
Away from the octagon, McGregor has faced issues since his struggle Nurmagomedov, getting involved in an altercation at a Dublin pub in April in which he seemed to punch a guy in the head.
That incident took place after McGregor was arrested for allegedly smashing the telephone in Miami, USA of a fan, however charges dropped against the Irishman, who had settled a civil lawsuit.
A UFC fight hasn’t yet been held since 2015 in Ireland but this would mark McGregor on home soil.
To save you a job, the work has been done by BBC Sport and appeared the venues’ availabilities on 14 December. The 3Arena and Croke Park look totally free, although the Aviva Stadium is already booked up using a French Champions Cup fixture.
In 2016, UFC vice-president James Elliott stated a fight in Dublin has been”on the schedule” – therefore has that time finally arrived?
“Croke Park along with the Aviva Stadium are two places that we have looked at, and we have made no secret about that,” he said.
“Conor has certainly made no secret about the fact he wants to fight at Dublin. It is something which’s on the agenda.”
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