What version of Conor McGregor the fans will witness when The Notorious makes his octagon return? Can he be as good as once he used to be after the brutal leg injury?
These questions have haunted the McGregor fans ever since his trilogy fight against Dustin Poirier at UC 264.
Well, Coach John Kavanagh has a delightful news for all the Conor McGregor fans as he detailed his first sparring session with The Notorious after a long break.
Coach Kavanagh confirmed that Conor McGregor is now healthy and has started his MMA training for his upcoming UFC return.
John Kavanagh also said that Conor McGregor was strong and heavy during the grappling exchanges and even compared him to a "2000 pound Gorilla"
"He just kind of showed up by surprise and of course, he grabbed me by the neck and I was subjected to a couple of rounds by this 2000-pound gorilla."
He’s back, he’s back healthy now. He’s back able to do all the facets of MMA training."- Coach kavanagh on Conor McGregor in a recent interview
With Conor McGregor looking good in sparring, fans are certainly hoepful of an emphatic return of The Notorious.
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