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Conor McGregor Reveals Amount of Fights Left on UFC Contract

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UFC 257 will be taking place tonight from the ETIHAD Arena in Abu Dhabi. The ‘Notorious’ Conor McGregor will be facing Dustin Poirier in the main event of the night, with the winner of that bout likely to be included in a Lightweight Title fight next.

Conor McGregor recently revealed to ESPN that he has 4 fights left on his current UFC contract. ‘I’ve got four fights left on this contract with the UFC,’ McGregor said to ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith. ‘I’d do it in the first quarter of 2021 if they give me the dates.’

Conor McGregor on 2021

McGregor would also claim that he wants to fight as many times as possible, something that will surely delight UFC President Dana White. ‘The truth is the fight game will never get rid of me,’ McGregor continued. ‘Conor McGregor will be here until the day I go out. So that’s it. If they line me up, I’ll get about seven fights in the next year and a half. That’s what I want.’

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