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Conor McGregor has always been one to do things a small outward a box. Though he followed in a footsteps of fighters like Tito Ortiz and Ronda Rousey before him, he has always amped things adult to another level. In short, his open persona goes to 11.
That and his jaunty astuteness make him a ideal claimant for veteran wrestling, and it’s something that is not mislaid on WWE executive Stephanie McMahon, who would adore to have McGregor perform underneath her brand.
“Anybody who has a unequivocally large personality. I’d adore to have Gronk in a ring. Conor McGregor, outrageous personality,” McMahon told TMZ Sports forward of Sunday’s WrestleMania 35.
“It’s unequivocally about bringing in a biggest personalities with a best jaunty ability. Whoever can perform and bond with a audience.”
But over wanting to have personalities like McGregor and Gronkowski crossover, are there indeed wheels in suit to make that happen?
You never know. McMahon said, “We are always carrying conversations,” when asked privately about McGregor and Gronkowski, though also had a bit of a cheshire grin on her face while observant it. But it is possible.
McGregor has mostly talked about a WWE and someday creation a crossover.
Fellow former UFC champion Ronda Rousey has bridged a opening with extensive success, already alighting a mark in a categorical eventuality of a WWE’s biggest annual event, WrestleMania. McGregor has a identical celebrity and would expected have any easy time following in her footsteps if he ever decides to truly travel divided from a Octagon.
Or maybe he could lift off a same arrange of conditions as Brock Lesnar, who is a former UFC heavyweight champion that has a poke to change behind and onward between fighting for a UFC and behaving for a WWE but carrying to give adult one for a other.
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