Could Conor McGregor take his fighting skills to a opposite ring?
With WrestleMania 33 coming on Apr 2, the UFC lightweight champion disclosed he won’t order out creation his WWE debut sometime in a future.
“Never contend never,” McGregor said, via MMA Fighting. “I’ll adore to go into that WWE and have a genuine knock. Let one of them have a genuine hit and see what’s what. But we’ll see. There’s conversations ongoing. I’ve incited down some things, a conversation’s still ongoing.”
McGregor positively wouldn’t be a first UFC warrior to make a WWE appearance, as Brock Lesnar and Ronda Rousey have had their practice with both organizations.
Regardless that sport, McGregor is only happy to see athletes going during any others’ throats.
“All opposite cultures, all opposite sports, all a NFL players, all a NBA players, all a football players over here,” he said. “Look, fighting is everywhere. American football is over there. Soccer, or football as we call it, is over here. Fighting is f–king everywhere, and we’re finally saying that. So I’m really happy and really unapproachable of that.”