Conor McGregor's slated December return apparently nixed due to Bellator incident

Conor McGregor's slated December return apparently nixed due to Bellator incident

Conor McGregor's slated December return apparently nixed due to Bellator incident

The statements from De La Hoya are shocking, because the Golden CEO was highly critical of McGregor's pro boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather Jr. - which took place in August.

"I've been secretly training, secretly training", De La Hoya said. Secretly training. I'm faster than ever, and stronger than ever. "That's when I lost it. F*** yous all". The incident came just three weeks after another bit of drama concerning McGregor and Goddard, as the latter was the third man in the cage at UFC Fight Night 118 in Gdansk, Poland on October 21, and was forced to reprimand McGregor from loudly cornering teammate Artem Lobov from cageside during his bout with Andre Fili, despite not in Lobov's corner as an official second.

"So, when you're seeing someone that you're that close with, with two bad defeats and then has a great victory in front of his hometown crowd...he got a bit emotional, jumped in and he didn't realize that the fight had not actually been called". I'm calling him out.

Conor McGregor has been pulled from UFC 219, according to the president of the Association of Boxing Commissions and Combative Sports Mike Mazzulli.

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Oscar De La Hoya may be trying to put an unlikely twist on the phrase, "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em".

Now, however, De La Hoya appears eager to participate in a similar "farce". "The itch is there, has been for a long time". [My confidence] is how I feel now from my training.

While McGregor won't meet the same fate as High - he is far too valuable to the UFC - it would be surprising if he does not face some censure. Hey, let's get it straight: in the cage, he would freakin' destroy me. "I don't know what it is, but I'll tell you now that I've never felt so good before in my life". He would destroy me! But De La Hoya said in Monday's interview that he is doing well now. "I have to make sure I am fighting the very best".

Soon after, De La Hoya said he would remain in retirement.

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