Former two-division UFC champion Conor McGregor recently retired from the sport of mixed martial arts, but he’s still issuing challenges.
McGregor took aim at Hollywood star Mark Wahlberg on Saturday night, suggesting the pair fight for “all the shares”.
“I’ve decided to challenge Hollywood actress Mark Wahlberg next. A fight for all the shares!”
While it is probably not the callout UFC fight fans were hoping for, it adds fuel to the ongoing feud between “Mystic Mac” and the promotion.
Conor McGregor was last seen in action at October’s UFC 229 event, where he suffered a submission loss to current lightweight kingpin Khabib Nurmagomedov.
Shortly following his retirement from MMA, it was revealed that Ireland Police were investigating Conor McGregor for an alleged sexual assault.
The 30-year-old Irish superstar did receive some good news this week, when he was cleared of charges stemming from the now infamous UFC Fighter Bus incident in Brooklyn.
Many fans, fighters and analysts believe that Conor McGregor’s second careeer retirement will prove to be much like his first… short.
McGregor’s original retirement from fighting lasted all of four months.
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