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UFC star Conor McGregor in talks with WWE about Wrestlemania appearance quoting :

as declared in Conor McGregor is open to an appearance at WWE (Picture: Getty)Conor McGregor has confirmed he has held talks with the WWE over the possibility of him appearing at WrestleMania.
UFC decide on London Fight Night headlinerThe UFC star has repeatedly insulted the WWE and their wrestlers, accusing them of taking performance enhancing drugs and being nothing more than actors.
McGregor could follow a host of UFC stars to the WWE (Picture: Getty)‘Let them have a real knock, and we’ll see what’s what.
McGregor would be a big draw for fight fans despite his views on the sport and the Irishman confirmed he could be in line for an appearance at WrestleMania in April.
‘I know Triple H was at (my last fight, at UFC 205).

UFC star Conor McGregor in talks with WWE about Wrestlemania appearance

referring to The current UFC lightweight champion was also typically vocal about the forthcoming interim lightweight title fight between top contenders Khabib Nurmagomedov and Tony Ferguson at UFC 209 in March.
Returning to the interim lightweight title clash between Nurmagomedov and Ferguson, the champion is not convinced by either man,“They’re sloppy, messy, chinny.
UFC Denver took place over the weekend and while it gave us numerous impressive results and headlines, it was the pay-per-view interview by a certain Conor McGregor that stole the show.
Because they’re all dogsh*t.”This kind of statement will certainly not win the Dubliner any new friends among his peers but the world of MMA is all too aware that the bombastic McGregor simply doesn’t care.
On hiatus from the octagon until some time later this year, McGregor sat down with MMA’s most respected journalist Ariel Helwani on Saturday and delivered another spell-binding oration.

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Conor McGregor can help UFC grow even more, says Brad Pickett

British bantamweight Brad Pickett will walk away from UFC with “bittersweet” emotions but full of belief that Conor McGregor will lift mixed martial arts to new heights.
He added: “To be honest, I think MMA is the No.
Pickett admitted the punishing training schedule needed to be a UFC fighter is becoming too much for his body.
Pickett is preparing for his farewell in the UFC Fight Night 107 event at London’s O2 Arena on March 18, saying he owes it to friends and family to retire at the right time.
So as long he’s still around and still fighting, then he will help the sport grow even more.”

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