After the historic UFC 257, where Dustin Poirier knocked out Conor mcgregor, the date for the next step is already there. In January of this 2021 something happened that had never happened before, seeing the Irishman lying on the canvas, almost unconscious. Therefore, both automatically agreed to carry out the trilogy. In these hours, the former Lightweight champion left a strong message on the networks.
The fight is reserved! On July 10, you’ll see what the Mac is all about. Tighten and absolutely destroy! #BilliStrut », was what the extraordinary Irish fighter tweeted at this time. After being knocked out, he had warned that he would no longer be a good boy and that he would destroy the American again in a third fight between the two. Now, the fans live a lot of anxiety.
Some days ago, Dustin Poirier He spoke with the press and acknowledged that there was interest in a trilogy between the two, since the two have a victory and a defeat between them. But, as if that were not enough, they set a date for that to happen again. Finally, it will be next July 10, with a place to be defined. What is known, according to Dana White, is that it would be packed with fans.
In that sense, Poirier He mentioned days ago, “I think the further we get from this last fight with Conor, it just takes the heat out of him. But no I don’t think Conor must fight for a title. Conor has been out so long, his last two fights at 155, he’s lost, so you can’t put him there for a title fight. How could you justify doing that when you have guys like Charles Oliveira?
At the same time, Dustin He noted: “It’s not a lot of time to adjust or work on what it takes to work on the calf kick, or whatever it is that I want to change. Going back to camp without actually evolving outside of training camp. For me, I learn things inside training camp because I’m constantly under pressure, but it’s outside training fields, times like now, where I’m in the gym having fun rolling and kickboxing with my friends.
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