Dana White on Repaired Relationship with Conor McGregor: ‘We’re All Good’

039;The real Conor Mc Gregor is back': Dana White makes a big claim about Conor Mc Gregor ahead of the fight with Dustin Poirier at UFC 257

The UFC president said he was "really upset" with McGregor after their public feud, which Diego Sanchez was dragged into, but has since "fixed" the tension.

The UFC is back - and Conor McGregor will be back with it.

It is again very interesting and noteworthy to point out that Dana White only addressed what would happen if Conor McGregor won and failed to address what a Dustin Poirier victory at UFC 257 would mean for the lightweight title picture.

Yes, we have a couple of events before we get UFC 257 and Conor McGregor, but honestly, the hype train can not begin soon enough.

UFC boss Dana White has opened up on mending his rocky relationship with Conor McGregor while insisting he will push Khabib Nurmagomedov to return to the octagon, in a wide-ranging interview.

In September, McGregor took to Twitter to reveal his private Instagram conversation with White, which detailed the fighter's desire to step back into the Octagon before the end of 2020 following his 40-second destruction of Donald Cerrone in January. "It wasn't because he put out private messages". I like Diego Sanchez a lot and I have a lot of respect for Diego Sanchez.

"I like Dustin. I think he's a good fighter".

But this time, McGregor has predicted he will complete the job in a faster manner.

What's your prediction for what the next UFC lightweight title fight will be?

"We were in a really bad place then, I was really upset", White told ESPN. We were talking about another fighter. And you can tell when he is and when he isn't, and right now, he's in. Who you got? I'm going to the gym, tell me who's showing up on Saturday.' He's that guy right now. He's going to be, 'Who's ready? For example, previous year he teased a boxing match against Manny Pacquiao, although it ultimately didn't come to fruition.

Speaking on This Past Weekend with comedian Theo Von, Poirier admitted that, because the first fight was over so quickly, it didn't really feel like a fight to him.



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