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Conor McGregor Targets 2022 For Return To UFC, Octagon

Over the weekend, former UFC champion Conor McGregor conducted a Q&A session with fight fans on social media.

With the simple hashtag #AskNotorious, former UFC champion Conor McGregor took over Twitter this past weekend.

McGregor, a two-division titleholder in the promotion at one point, used the social media site to engage with fans around the world. 

He fielded questions about his return to the Octagon, headlining a stadium show in Dublin, Ireland, Daniel Cormier and more during the Q&A session. 

“2022,” he said about his return. “I’m improving rapidly! Working with the best team money can buy. I’ll be back in no time, lock loaded.” 

McGregor also noted welterweight could be where he returns when he does.

In regards to the possibility of a card in Dublin outdoors, McGregor said he will “Dine on some little fool I will for the home crowd.”

Asked about his record-setting career, McGregor had no problems boasting his claims.

“Double consecutive unified UFC champion,” he said. “3 title fights. 3 kos. 3 new records” he added about competing at featherweight, lightweight and welterweight.

You can find more of the Q&A session with McGregor and his fans on his Twitter account still.

McGregor suffered his leg injury in a recent loss to Dustin Poirier, falling to 1-2 against Poirier. 

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