For a man who calls himself “Mystic Mac,” it always seems tough to predict what’s ahead for UFC star Conor McGregor.
When Michael Chandler made the jump from Bellator to the UFC in 2020, he instantly became a lightweight to watch.
Dustin Poirier shocked the world when he knocked out Conor McGregor at UFC 257. At the same time, he shocked the system as it related to the company’s lightweight division.
If Conor McGregor is looking for another chance at a “season” in 2021, here’s an idea of what that could look like.
Dressing up as a “UFC matchmaker” a day after Halloween in 2020, we tried our best to fantasy-book the main events for the first half of the UFC’s pay-per-view schedule in 2021.
Between a highly-anticipated main event, and some massive bouts in the middleweight and heavyweight divisions, UFC 254 brings loads of variety that could make it one of the year’s biggest and best cards.
While the chances may be slim in some fans’ eyes, could Justin Gaethje defeat Khabib Nurmagomedov and give the champion his first loss at UFC 254?
Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier will reportedly have their rematch at UFC 257 on January 23, 2021.
Why would a sport that places a major emphasis on crowd reactions and what fans want to see be better off without fans in attendance, you may ask? There are a few factors at play to consider to understand the whole picture.
How the UFC will keep moving despite Conor McGregor’s third retirement and the desires of two other stars
If UFC 250 and the days that followed were any indications, the UFC appears to be in good hands.
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If it all goes poorly in the worst-case scenario, the state of the UFC and the company’s entire future could change drastically.