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Conor McGregor backed to earn ‘Legendary’ status with middleweight division knockout win at UFC 302

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UFC Bantamweight champion Sean O’Malley shares his thoughts on Conor McGregor’s return potentially taking place at middleweight. 

On New Year’s Eve, McGregor recently announced his official return to the Octagon, sharing a classic McGregor-style video. McGregor announced his return to the Octagon on June 29, with a glass full of red wine in hand.

“Ladies and gentlemen, a happy new year to you all. I’d like to announce The return date for myself, ‘The Notorious’ Conor McGregor, for the greatest comeback of all time. “It will take place in Las Vegas for International Fight Week on June 29th,” McGregor announced.

“And the opponent, Michael Chandler. And the weight, Mr. Chandler… 185 pounds.” (H/T Bloody Elbow)

Sean O’Malley discusses Conor McGregor’s potential 185lb debut 

McGregor will dominate MMA conversation, fuelling discussion on all MMA talk shows or podcasts. O’Malley would share his thoughts on McGregor’s fight on his podcast TimboSugarShow and claimed that McGregor, who ‘Sugar’ has shared his admiration, can further cement his legacy in the upcoming clash.

“I feel like he might be fiddling,” O’Malley said. “I…



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