UFC star Conor McGregor said on social media late Saturday night that he’s retiring from fighting.
McGregor (22-4), of Ireland, is coming off a 40-second knockout victory over Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in January.
UFC president Dana White told ESPN last week that he has not talked with the former two-weight champion about his next fight.
McGregor, 31, has “accepted” everything from a boxing match against retired boxer Oscar De La Hoya to a superfight against MMA legend Anderson Silva in recent weeks. He’s also teased a return to the Octagon in July and singled out newly crowned interim lightweight champion Justin Gaethje as a potential foe.
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