Former UFC light-weight champion Rafael dos Anjos is the moment yet again attempting to settle the score with Conor McGregor within of the cage, but may well be preventing an uphill fight looking at “Notorious” just introduced his retirement.
Even now, McGregor’s third stroll absent from the activity is not halting RDA from reaching out to the masses and making an attempt to schedule a bout with the most well known fighter in MMA. As a matter of truth, dos Anjos is open up to battling McGregor at a few distinct bodyweight courses. Regardless of what it usually takes to land his likelihood to eventually get his palms on “Notorious.”
In this article is what RDA had to say in a the latest Twitter concept:
“Let’s do it @TheNotoriousMMA if you are looking for a fight I’m the dude. 155, 165 or 170 you know I’m often game. Fuck this retirement shit,” wrote dos Anjos.
In situation you forgot, dos Anjos was predicted to struggle McGregor all the way again at UFC 196 in 2016 but ended up pulling out due to an wounded foot. The two stars have been bickering again-and-forth at any time considering that but have but to fulfill within of the cage. Possibly RDA is hoping to goad McGregor out of retirement for a matchup that could nevertheless provide.
It can still market, ideal?
In addition to contacting McGregor out, dos Anjos also took a shot at Nate Diaz right after the Stockton indigenous produced responses about the upcoming welterweight title fight between Kamaru Usman and Gilbert Burns. Remember, Diaz loaded in for RDA at UFC 196 and developed 1 of the most significant rivalries in MMA history following choking out “Notorious” in the second spherical.
And @NateDiaz209 end bragging of how a great deal dollars you make, do not overlook wherever you came from. You obtained significant income struggle because I acquired harm.
— Rafael dos Anjos (@RdosAnjosMMA) June 13, 2020
“And @NateDiaz209 cease bragging of how substantially money you make, never overlook exactly where you came from. You got large revenue battle since I bought harm,” added dos Anjos.
Though UFC would somewhat maintain McGregor shelved for a upcoming light-weight title shot against the winner of Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Justin Gaethje later this year, it would be appealing to see “Notorious” clash with RDA this time all around. The two have proven results at 170 lbs and a decline at that fat would not actually hurt McGregor’s current location in line at 155 pounds.
What do you imagine, Maniacs? Is McGregor vs. dos Anjos a matchup to make or is RDA grasping for straws?
Let’s hear it!