Conor McGregor Reveals His Schedule For 2024- “I Will Do Three This Year”

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Conor McGregor, the former two-division UFC champion, is set to make a triumphant return at UFC 303 after nearly three years away from the octagon. His absence was due to a broken ankle suffered during his trilogy bout against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 and eligibility issues related to anti-doping testing. Now, McGregor is back and hungrier than ever to reclaim his status as a dominant force in the sport.

The Notorious’ Determination

In an interview with The MacLife, McGregor expressed his eagerness to remain active. He described his mindset as being “on a tear” and emphasized the importance of upgrading his skills without compromising his physical well-being. Training has been going exceptionally well, and he’s ready to step back into the cage.

The Road Ahead for Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor’s last victory was in January 2020 when he finished Donald Cerrone in just 40 seconds at UFC 246. Since then, he faced setbacks in rematches and trilogy bouts against Poirier. However, he’s determined to turn things around. If all goes well against Michael Chandler at UFC 303, McGregor has ambitious plans: three fights in 2024. His proposed schedule includes bouts in June, September (coinciding with Mexican Independence Day), and December.

While Conor McGregor is open to facing anyone, he hinted at a potential matchup with Nate Diaz, who has Mexican heritage. Diaz would be an exciting opponent, given their history and fan interest. Regardless of the opponent, McGregor’s message is clear: Line them up, and he’ll knock them down.

Conor McGregor’s return promises fireworks, and fight fans can look forward to an active year from “The Notorious.” Whether he can achieve his goal of three fights remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: McGregor is back, and the MMA world is buzzing with anticipation.

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