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Tony Ferguson Calls Out Conor McGregor For ‘Unfinished Business’

The former interim lightweight champion has seemingly set his sights on a clash with the Irishman who is currently on the sidelines.

Tony Ferguson Calls Out Conor McGregor For ‘Unfinished Business’

Tony Ferguson wants to finish his business with Conor McGregor.

On Thursday, the former UFC interim lightweight champion tweeted a picture of himself and McGregor with this particular caption:

“Unfinished🥷Business”⚔️🕶 -CSO- 🇺🇸🏆🇲🇽 # DJSpinThatShit 🎶# TheItalianJob

The picture of McGregor is notably what the Irishman posted along with a caption of “Tony” when it appeared they would clash at the end of 2017.

Of course, that never happened, and there were multiple times it looked like a fight between them made sense only for it to not happen.

In fact, Ferguson even claimed his old management Paradigm prevented him from fighting McGregor in what would be a major conflict of interest.

But even since changing management, Ferguson has been linked with a fight with McGregor and although many would have liked to have seen it a few years ago, it’s still a tantalizing matchup given where both fighters are in their careers.

“El Cucuy” would follow it up with a video aimed at McGregor.

“Where You At Mcnuggets!?!” Time -2- Turtle🥷Up MF’s Glad Moast Of You Got The Memo 🐢💨🍃 -CSO- 🇺🇸🏆🇲🇽 Crew🍃 On -2- One. -Champ 🚣‍♂️

Ferguson, of course, is riding a three-fight losing streak with his most recent setback coming in May where he was outpointed by Beneil Dariush.

McGregor, meanwhile, is on a two-fight losing streak, having suffered successive TKO defeats to Dustin Poirier, the latter of which came in July and was a result of him accidentally breaking his own tibia.

The former two-weight champion is currently on the road to recovery, but will likely want to run things back with Poirier a fourth time and should get his way.

That said, if Poirier were to defeat Charles Oliveira and become the new lightweight champion, it would be very hard to give McGregor a title shot.

Enter Ferguson?

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