Conor McGregor Retires From MMA Again

In a move that surely won't stick, Conor McGregor has retired again.

The former UFC Featherweight and Lightweight Champion announced his latest retirement Sunday morning following UFC 250. He'd not fought since beating Donald Cerrone earlier this year, but question marks had surrounded his future.

This is far from the first time McGregor has retired. He did it in April 2016 with his now infamous "thanks for the cheese" tweet.

McGregor then did it again in 2019, before ultimately returning to the cage this year.

If this is it for McGregor -- and it isn't -- he'll retire with a 22-4 record, and a unique distinction of owning wins across three UFC divisions.

Fightful will keep you updated when McGregor decides to un-retire.

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