After Khabib Nurmagomedov had parted with the UFC, Conor McGregor had vowed to play in the light weight of this arena.
Conor McGregor is committed to returning the UFC light fixture
Conor McGregor confirmed in a Twitter issue that he will return to play in UFC lightweight in 2021. McGregor declared his “retirement” in June, but apparently changed his mind and played against Dustin Poirier in January 2021.
We have to go to a happier place sometimes in life in order to simplify our lives. He is excited now and looks forward to the game. McGregor wrote like that.
The UFC has kept Khabib in the light belt
While Khabib Nurmagomedov declared his abandonment of the UFC light championship title after the UFC 254 event, UFC President Dana White said he will still encourage the Russian boxer to continue with the title, adding that he hopes that Khabib’s decision to break up with UFC is only temporary.
Mayweather’s followers won the WBA Championship
Gervonta Davis, a 25-year-old American boxer who holds an undefeated record and is controlled by Floyd Mayweather, became the new champion in the WBA Super Weight division after crushing Leo Santa Cruz. This is the match that Davis joined as a lightweight WBA champion, while Santa Cruz retained the world championship in four different weight divisions.
Santa Cruz has a lot of experience in the game, but Davis is both young and smart in the style of fighting. The turning point of the match occurred in the 6th half when Davis was left behind when Santa Cruz had an opportunity to catch the left hook really hard as Santa Cruz hit the floor. This is Davis’ 24th career victory, including 23 knockout victories, and he still has to lose.