Conor McGregor is not being entirely honest with his fans.
Hey guys quick announcement, I’ve decided to retire from the sport formally known as “Mixed Martial Art” today.
I wish all my old colleagues well going forward in competition.
I now join my former partners on this venture, already in retirement.
Proper Pina Coladas on me fellas!
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) March 26, 2019
On Tuesday at 1:18am McGregor announced that he was more so ready to drink Proper Pina Coladas with his “fellas” vs ever getting back in the ring.
We are a little confused, because he was recently spotted exiting from training in a gym in Miami. So, Connor either you have a twin or you called an premature retirement?
This is not the first time he announced some sort of retirement. In 2016, he called a brief retirement after he was removed from the UFC 200 card.
The Irish UFC star walked out of the gym shirtless, while his tattoos were on full display.
He covered himself from the sunlight with a towel, while wearing multi-colored printed shorts and Gucci designer flip-flops.
Connor posted a picture of himself from the same day on Instagram with a caption persuading his fans that he’s still in “retirement”
The caption read “Sparring Cubans in Miami in Retirement.”
In the midst of all things fight-related McGregor is facing other troubles. After he announced his “retirement” the media revealed that he could be facing legal drama.
According to the New York Post, Connor is under investigation in his home country Ireland for alleged sexual assault.
The investigation began in December of 2018 when a woman accused him of sexual assault. The next month, in January 2019 he was arrested for the accusations but was not formerly charged with a crime.
Fun Fact: McGregor lost his last two fights, most recently a UFC fight to Habib Nurmagomedov by fourth-round submission in October 2018. In August 2017, he lost his first ever boxing match he lost to Floyd Mayweather.
If you are interested in the fights that McGregor dominated, check out McGregor’s career knockout highlights below