Conor McGregor seemed to be set to fight Donald “Cowboy”

Conor McGregor’s fight against Cowboy Cerrone appears to be off and it reportedly had more to do with ego than money

Conor McGregor’s next fight is still a mystery.

The UFC superstar hasn’t fought in the octagon since losing his lightweight fight to champion Khabib Nurmagomodev in October 2018.

That fight marked his return to the UFC after an extended absence in the build-up to his money-grab boxing match against Floyd Mayweather in 2017.

McGregor has been suspended due to the post-fight brawl that erupted after he tapped out to Nurmagomodev in the fourth round, but with Magic Mac’s suspension over in April, it was assumed by many that his next fight would already be set.

For a while, it seemed that was the case. After Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone defeated Alexander Hernandez in January 2019, furthering his status as the winningest fighter in UFC history, McGregor’s name began popping up as a potential next opponent.

sources:media

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