“The motivation may not be the same” – Legendary coach Greg Jackson is honest about making a “financially secured” Conor McGregor comeback

Legendary MMA trainer Gregory Jackson she gave her honest opinion on whether she’s a superstar Conor McGregor It may make a comeback in the coming years.

Conor McGregor is the biggest star to grace the UFC octagon. Since its debut, it has completely made sports mainstream entertainment. However, it’s not breaking news that the Notorious One isn’t the warrior it once was. His recording speaks for itself.

greg jacksonLegendary trainer and co-owner of the iconic Jackson-Wink Academy in Albuquerque, New Mexico, he shared his honest thoughts on the Irish superstar’s MMA career. sat with Jackson Varun Anand of the Moyens I/O and talked about McGregor’s possible comeback.

“Well, he already had it all. He was so champion, he was so rich, he somehow achieved all his goals and it can be hard to come back from that.” Jackson said he talked to Varun on “GLOVES OFF”. “If you have done everything you wanted and are financially secure, your motivation may not be what it used to be” Added MMA trainer.

Greg Jackson is one of the best coaches in mixed martial arts history. He has helped shape many champions in the UFC, including former light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, former heavyweight champion Georges St-Pierre, former smallweight champion Holly Holm and a host of other fighters.

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What has Conor McGregor’s career looked like over the past four years?

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Before 2016, Notorious One was a two-division champion and dominated the mixed martial arts world. The Irishman decided to do the unthinkable and change the sport and fight Floyd Mayweather, arguably the greatest boxer of all time. After making a fortune from that boxing match, McGregor’s MMA career took a hit.

His comeback fight in 2018 was against his biggest rival, Khabib Nurmagomedov, where he faced one of his most devastating defeats. McGregor took a two-year hiatus before returning from that loss to veteran Donald Cerrone. No one would have thought that this would be McGregor’s only win in four years.

He returned in 2021 to fight his old rival Dustin Poirier and was defeated via TKO. To make matters worse, The Irishman met Poirier for a trilogy and once again lost when a ruthless doctor stopped him due to injury. Conor is currently working on his recovery and is hopeful that he will return very soon.

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