Conor McGregor not long ago produced Instagram DMs with Dana White that noticed him simply call for a fight in Dublin against Diego Sanchez. Nevertheless, for Dan Hardy, he believes that battle can make no perception and would be an execution on Sanchez.
McGregor has explained Sanchez deserves the fight and even right after his reduction to Jake Matthews at UFC 253, the Irishman tweeted assist for the TUF 1 winner.
“I am nevertheless intrigued in a struggle with you someplace down the line Diego Sanchez,” McGregor wrote on Twitter lately. “A real warrior and pioneer of this sport. It would be my honour! Some journalists and promoters and their absence of respect for what the fighters set into this video game make me sick. Issues need to change!”
According to previous fighter and UFC commentator, Dan Hardy, he believes that fight should not transpire.
“It would be an execution to place Conor in there with Sanchez at this position,” Hardy informed them media through a scrum on Tuesday in Abu Dhabi (h/t MMAFighting). “And I never consider Conor would seriously obtain anything at all from it.”
As of correct now, it looks not likely that McGregor and Sanchez will at any time share the Octagon jointly. But, if they do, Hardy expects it to stop quickly and not in Sanchez’s favor.