Martial Arts – Conor McGregor: 5 Possible Future Fights
UFC 229 is in the books and the feature fascination of Conor McGregor versus Khabib Nurmagomedov has excited and stunned the world in equivalent measure.
Khabib’s dynamite accommodation triumph was appreciated by MMA perfectionists though his post-battle jokes has staggered everyone, fans or otherwise.
Lost in all the furious disorder of the post-battle fight that followed after Khabib’s triumph was the way that the Irishman’s arrival to the Octagon was a despondent one.
McGregor showed extensive ring rust and an unmistakable absence of pace in his execution and in all honesty looked a sorry excuse for the entertainer that last graced the Octagon in 2016.
It is impeccably conceivable and obvious, that McGregor was made to look so conventional by the sheer masterclass of an execution by Khabib which guaranteed “Notorious” could not keep a vertical base sufficiently long to deliver his mark strikes.
Notwithstanding, McGregor will be back. He is a long way from done in UFC and he will be back in the Octagon quick to come back to the triumphant trail.
There are some unmistakable potential outcomes and dream match-ups that McGregor could possibly contend in inside the following 12-year and a half inside the Octagon.
In this article, Allsportspk lists the top 5 possible fights that Conor McGregor can have in the near future.
#5 Tony Ferguson
Tony Ferguson set up himself as Khabib’s next challenger for the Lightweight crown with a great triumph on the UFC 229 undercard over Anthony Pettis.
The 34-year-old could well wind up going after the Interim Lightweight Championship should Khabib Nurmagomedov be stripped of the title following the disorganized fight he impelled after the UFC 229 main event.
Should that Interim session happen, it would in all likelihood be against Conor McGregor.
In any case, a fight versus Ferguson would be nearly as forcing of an impact as that of Khabib, with Ferguson flaunting an amazing winning dash of his own, having not lost since May of 2012 and being undefeated in 11 battles.
One of the best rivals in the Lightweight division’s history would without a doubt love to get his hands on the Lightweight Championship, having beforehand ruled as Interim Champion.
A balanced contender, with extensive striking and accommodation abilities, Ferguson would be an impressive and enormously engaging adversary for the “Notorious.”
For the #4 possible fight that Conor McGregor can have in the near future, move on to the next page!