Conor McGregor gave up Sport


"I personally decided to stop the sport that was once known as Mixed Martial Arts," writes McGregor, who is only 30. "I wish my former colleagues all success. I now join my former partners who have already stopped. "

If Mcgregor really stops, it's questionable. He often threatened to retire, but often returned to his words. UFC boss Dana White responded to McGregor's announcement in a statement. "He has money to stop. If I were him, I would stop too."

McGregor has caused a stir several times in recent years. Last year, his fight with Chabib Noermagomedov was completely out of control. McGregor created a hole in 2016 by being the first in MMA, a combination of different forms and fighting techniques, to become world champion in different weight classes.


The normally rather brutal Irish came into a particularly lucrative fight with boxing champion Floyd Mayweather. He stood firm against Mayweather. Only in the tenth round did the Irishman have to believe after a technical knockout.


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