Conor Mcgregor Said He Won’t Return To UFC Again Unless He is Co-Promoter

UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor didn’t discuss his plans since losing his record-setting boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather in August. Currently, he is the hottest topic in MMA world more than UFC 217 which is just around the corner. Since he defeated Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 in stunning fashion to become lightweight champ, fans, and fighters pulling him to defend or vacate the belt.

He put out his terms on the table what it will take him to return to Octagon. Recently speaking to reporters at the premiere of his documentary “Notorious” on Wednesday night in Ireland, where he dropped a hint about title unification bout with Tony Ferguson. Moreover, Mcgregor claims he wants to become the first fighter to co-promote an MMA events with the UFC promotions. As per MMA junkie reporter:

Superstar said he is not just coming out to fight back to being just another fighter on the roster for another payday.

“We’re in the contract negotiation stage,” McGregor said. “It’s got to, they’ve got to entice me now because, I came from a billion-dollar fight. I want equity, I want pay-per-view. I want to be a true partner. You have to entice me now. I want to be a partner. I want to be a promoter and I want to be a fighter for me to continue.”

Mcgregor said he wants his next fight that would have to be in association with his own sports entertainment company.

UFC president Dana White is the biggest fan of cash cow Mcgregor, do you think he is also a big enough to offer partnership he is demanding?

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