Conor McGregor is enjoying life in New York after making history at UFC 205. Eating in nice restaurants, doing some shopping, taking the occasional photo with his fans. The future looks bright for the first two-division champ in the history of the UFC.
However, he said that he plans on taking some time away from the spotlight after his impressive victory over Eddie Alvarez. Speculation about who is next for McGregor has been in the media every day.
From the looks of it, Khabib Nurmagomedov and Tony Ferguson will have to fight each other for the contender spot in the lightweight division. Conor’s plan seems to involve taking some time off to become a parent in April. Jose Aldo will have to keep waiting for Conor to return to featherweight or vacate the title. While Nate Diaz wants his trilogy fight and even welterweight champion Tyron Woodley would happily take the pay-day.
If Conor doesn’t have enough options in the UFC, Paul Levesque [a.k.a Triple H] told The Telegraph that the WWE would love to have McGregor on-board.
The Notorious also has another crazy fight proposition – Floyd Mayweather Jr.
As ridiculous as the idea initially seemed, it has been suggested that the UFC may consider allowing McGregor to take on the undefeated boxing superstar if they were given a share of the profits.