When Is Conor McGregor’s Next Fight?

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Conor McGregor holds up belts during a news conference for the UFC 229 mixed martial arts bouts Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018.
(AP Photo/John Locher)
Anatoly Pimentel @AnatolyPimentel Jun 13, 2024, 11:49 PM
  • Conor McGregor was the first double-weight UFC champion.
  • McGregor holds an MMA record of 22 wins and six losses.
  • McGregor has begged off his fight with Michael Chandler in the main event of UFC 303 on June 29 due to an injury.

Conor McGregor is currently on a two-fight skid after back-to-back losses to Dustin Poirier in their rematch and trilogy in January 2021 and July 2021. He’s unquestionably the promotion’s cash cow because and part of the biggest pay-per-view events in UFC history due to his entertaining personality and elite skills.

The former two-division UFC Featherweight and Lightweight Champion is always a top name in MMA odds and often a favorite in UFC betting.

But when will we see the Irish MMA superstar back in action? And who are the opponents linked to welcome him back in his highly-anticipated return inside the Octagon?

When Is Conor McGregor’s Next Fight?

UFC president Dana White has recently announced that McGregor was ruled out of the UFC 303 main event fight against Michael Chandler on June 29 due to an injury. This prompted the Las Vegas-based promotion to book the rematch between Alex Pereira and Jiri Prochazka as the card’s new main event.

There has yet to be a new date for McGregor’s return to the Octagon or whether it will be pushed back later this year.

Conor McGregor MMA Record and Statistics

  • MMA record: 22-6
  • Wins by TKO/KO: 19
  • Wins by submission: 1
  • Wins by decision: 2
  • Striking accuracy: 50%
  • Significant strikes landed per minute: 5.32
  • Significant strikes absorbed: 4.66
  • Takedown average per 15 minutes: 0.67
  • Submission average per 15 minutes: 0.13
  • Significant strikes defense: 54%
  • Takedown defense: 67%
  • Knockdown average: 1.73
  • Average fight time: 8:02

Conor McGregor Notable Wins

Since his UFC debut in 2013, McGregor has appeared in 14 fights, and some of his most notable wins came against Max Holloway, Dustin Poirier, Chad Mendes, Jose Aldo, Nate Diaz, Eddie Alvarez and Donald Cerrone.

Conor McGregor UFC Earnings

As mentioned earlier, McGregor is the MMA and UFC’s king of pay-per-view events, so it’s not surprising that he earned the most career money among all UFC athletes, with $20,102,000. This figure only includes his base pay, performance bonuses and pay-per-view points and excludes his earnings from endorsements, sponsorships and businesses.

Conor McGregor Team and Corner

McGregor trains under SBG Ireland, headquartered in Goldenbridge Industrial Estate, Inchicore, Dublin, where he is being guided by head coach John Kavanagh, striking coach Owen Roddy, boxing coach Phil Sutcliffe Sr. and wrestling coach Sergey Pikulskiy. These four men are also part of McGregor’s corner during fights.

Aside from McGregor, other SBG Ireland athletes who fight in the UFC are Artem Lobov, Johnny Walker and John Philips.

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Anatoly Pimentel

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Anatoly Pimentel is an NBA and MMA writer previously featured in ASEAN Sports, Asian Persuasion MMA, and Overtime Heroics MMA. He graduated from Adamson University with a B.A in Communication and is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM.

Anatoly Pimentel is an NBA and MMA writer previously featured in ASEAN Sports, Asian Persuasion MMA, and Overtime Heroics MMA. He graduated from Adamson University with a B.A in Communication and is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM.