Conor McGregor is open to make a BKFC debut

Conor McGregor does not mind fighting for the BKFC and believes its a boredom-free format of MMA.

by Aryan Lakhani
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Conor McGregor is open to make a BKFC debut

Many questions were raised when Conor McGregor unexpectedly showed up at the recent BKFC event, people thought it was a marketing strategy to promote the BKFC, but Conor McGregor was simply there in attendance to watch the match.

He also had an intense face-off with Mike Perry, and when asked if he would ever compete in the BKFC, he responded with a strong yes. UFC fans can expect Conor McGregor to fight against Michael Chandler before the end of 2023; both fighters will be coming out of a loss against Dustin Poirier, and it’s a must-win for both as the winner will get to move forward in the competitive lightweight division.

Conor Mcgregor’s thoughts on fighting for the BKFC

Recently in an interview with Ariel Helwani, Conor McGregor talked about fighting for the BKFC and, with conviction, confirmed that he would be ready to show up if an opportunity was ever presented.

He further explains how a bare-knuckle contest can never be boring. “I would do it,” McGregor said, as quoted by mmafighting.com. “Yes I would do it, and I’d be happy to do it. It’s hard to get a boring fight in it, and it’s actually almost impossible for a boring fight to happen in it, and I’ll tell you why – no other discipline or sport can say that there’s a zero percent chance of having a boring fight.

He further said:“Boxing can be a snoozefest, MMA can be a snoozefest — there’s no chance of a boring fight in bare-knuckle because even if it is just a back-and-forth jab match, even a jab splits the skin.

So from the split skin causes panic in the ring, and the crowd rises, and there’s zero chance of a boring fight. So it’s interesting. I’d be up for it, for sure. Why not?”. Fans are eagerly waiting for Conor McGregor’s return, and 2023 seems to be the year where he will make his comeback knock.

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