Conor McGregor says he won’t retire after losing to Poirier

Conor Mcgregor Says He Won’t Retire After Losing to Poirier

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Conor McGregor’s return to the Octagon was not as expected, as he lost by knockout to American Dustin Poirier in the second round on the UFC 257 undercard. The Irishman’s performance is already a matter of controversy and division of opinion among fans around the world and will be talked about for several weeks.

At the end of the fight, Conor accepted the superiority of his rival in the octagon and at the same time announced that he will not retire, since his intentions are to continue fighting in mixed martial arts. “I need activity. I worked a lot this fight to be honest, but I know we are going to come back stronger.”, he expressed.

Poirier, the man of the moment

After his resounding victory by KO, Dustin Poirier was happy, but not surprised, because he knows that he worked so that the fight had this outcome. “I am very happy, but not surprised, I prepared myself for this moment. I only have words of respect from Conor, he is a professional. I enjoy the moment in which I am right now.“said the man born in Louisiana, United States.

Melissa Galbraith
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