The anticipation surrounding the main event for UFC 300 continues to mount as UFC CEO Dana White has yet to make the official announcement.
Fueling the excitement is Conor McGregor, who hinted at his desire to fight on this monumental pay-per-view via social media. However, fans remain skeptical about McGregor’s tease, expressing their doubts on platforms like Twitter.
It’s been over two years since McGregor’s last bout inside the Octagon. Despite his endeavors outside the UFC, including the recent buzz generated by the ‘Road House’ trailer, McGregor hasn’t secured a confirmed return date to fighting. Nonetheless, he persistently urges Dana White for a suitable comeback opportunity.
Despite his success beyond the realm of fighting, McGregor remains determined to return to the UFC. With UFC 300 lacking a main event, McGregor has his sights set on April for his comeback.
Taking to Instagram, McGregor shared a video featuring White introducing him at a press conference with enthusiasm, captioned with hints at a potential announcement at Super Bowl LVIII regarding his return. Fans had mixed reactions to McGregor’s tease.
Some fans speculated that McGregor’s reveal may have spoiled a surprise White had planned for UFC 300. Others remained doubtful, noting White’s prior statements that McGregor wouldn’t be featured on the card.
Nevertheless, some fans hoped McGregor would headline the event, believing there were no other compelling matchups available.
However, skepticism prevailed among some fans, with doubts about McGregor’s credibility. Others viewed McGregor’s social media plea for a main-card spot as a sign of desperation.
McGregor had previously announced a return during International Fight Week against Michael Chandler, although this was never confirmed by White. As uncertainty looms over McGregor’s comeback, fans eagerly await news of his return to action.