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Mayweather and McGregor hit the headlines as the MMA superstar indicates that a return to boxing is nigh, groans George Gigney as he reviews the week’s media coverage
HE’S BACK: McGregor wins in MMA so it’s okay to link him to boxing again… sigh


LIKE it or not, Conor McGregor is not done with boxing. He made an extraordinary amount of money losing to Floyd Mayweather in his professional debut in 2017, and confirmed to ESPN’s Ariel Helwani that he intends to return to the ring soon. Speaking ahead of his UFC return against Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone over the weekend, McGregor expressed his intention to win an actual boxing world title, and then laughed off the suggestion that he’d need to work his way into a title shot first.

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