Since breaking his leg at the start of a set of three fights with Dustin Poirier in July 2021, McGregor has not competed inside the octagon. While on his way to the Monaco Grand Prix weekend, the Irishman informed Sky Sports News that he is on the mend and would return to the ring for UFC.

He has stated that he will box in the future before resigning, despite losing to Floyd Mayweather in a 2017 challenge by TKO in the tenth round.

“Enclosing is my greatest memorable passion for battle sports,” McGregor stated. The last time I was out there, I had such a great time.

“Clearly, my return will be in the octagon for UFC – that tale is far from over, truth be told, it’s just getting started.” “However, in boxing, I am confident that I will be able to effortlessly master the squared circle in the future.”

“The body is completing a beneficial task.” We’ll gradually increase the level of preparation.

“I’ll get another CT filter soon, and after that, I’ll be easy to kick.” “As soon as I can kick and hook, I’ll be back.” Boxing preparation entails a good workout and strength training. I can’t wait to get back.”

McGregor was also asked about the possibility of a rematch between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk in late spring.

Usyk won the WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight crowns in the underneath session at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium last September by consistent choice. Joshua’s recovery of the belts, according to McGregor, will be a “intensive investigation.”

“It went badly the last time,” he continued. It’s a very serious question.

“AJ is a hero, and I sincerely hope that everything goes well for him.” Usyk is also a remarkable individual, and I anticipate a good fight between the two.

“Right now, the heavyweight division is on fire. There’s a lot of good stuff going on.”

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