Conor McGregor is retiring from MMA soon

Recovering from an injury that caused by UFC 264, Conor McGregor has left his fans wondering the next step he will take and be.

He may have made a cryptic announcement about his departure from MMA.

In a series of tweets via Twitter McGregor made a joke about his absence on the Octagon. McGregor declared, "Mma, I'll never forget you! Simple work.

" This tweet was posted following McGregor got a role for"Road House," a "Road House" remake alongside Jake Gyllenhaal.

Conor McGregor was on top of the world just a couple of years ago. He swept his UFC light and featherweight championships easily.

In 2016, he defeated Eddie Alvarez for the lightweight title. It was his last fight in the UFC until the year 2019.

In 2017, he took on Floyd Mayweather in a boxing fight. In the aftermath of the fight, which made McGregor one of the wealthiest athletes ever McGregor's participation on the mat was short.

When he fought again to fight Khabib Nurmagomedov McGregor had a tough time. Since his return, McGregor is 1-3.

at UFC 264, McGregor lost his second time in a row, this time against Dustin Poirier.

McGregor broke his tibia during the fight and had surgery to get it repaired. McGregor is scheduled to be back in action by 2023,

however the filming of "Road House" may delay the film. McGregor has hinted at a possible rematch with Mayweather.

With his new film company, McGregor teased (right after announcement of his possible retirement) that he'll soon return to the Octagon.

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