Dana White: Conor Mcgregor Fight Or Not, UFC Will Move On

UFC lightweight champ Conor Mcgregor hasn’t set foot inside the Octagon since claiming the lightweight title at UFC 205 when he dethrones Eddie Alvarez via second-round TKO back in November of 2016.

He recently, Coming off from his professional multi-million boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather which he eventually loses via tenth round TKO back in August 2017 but he netted $100 million bank account.

Irishman has yet to set a date for his return to the UFC Octagon, much to the frustration of his legion of fans.

If UFC star Mcgregor is expecting from UFC brass Dana White to beg him for his return, he must be thinking wrong.

Previously Dana White stated, Mcgregor may or may not fight again, so if that’s the scene, the show must go on.

White talks at FOX Sports Undisputed:

“If Conor McGregor fights next year, that’ll be awesome,” White told FOX Sports Undisputed. “If Conor McGregor doesn’t fight, the UFC is going to go on. I’ve been hearing this since 2003. ‘What are you going to do when Chuck Liddell’s gone? What are you going to do when Georges St-Pierre leaves? You’re in big trouble when Anderson Silva’s gone! The list goes on and on. Ronda Rousey. Last year was the best in the company’s history. So we’re going to keep finding new talent and putting on the best fights in the world. That’s what we’re going to continue to do, with or without anybody.”

Should Mcgregor opt to return to UFC octagon, then he is expected to face interim lightweight champ Tony Ferguson for title unification bout.

Irishman may have priced himself out of future fights, demanding a stake in UFC. Several of MMA fighters raised their voice that Mcgregor should defend or vacate the title. In the realm of this situation, White said, he is trying to bring Mcgregor back in summer of 2018.

Are you guys interested in UFC star Mcgregor to defend his title? If yes who should he fight next?

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