UFC: Who is Conor McGregor’s Training Partner Kosti Gnusariov?: UFC News: Kosti Gnusariov is a professional MMA fighter and a professional wrestler…
UFC: Who is Conor McGregor’s Training Partner Kosti Gnusariov?: UFC News: Kosti Gnusariov is a professional MMA fighter and a professional wrestler from Ireland. The Moldovan wrestler Kosti Gnusariov, who is also a friend and sparring partner of the former lightweight and featherweight champion, Conor McGregor were spotted together. Follow UFC News Updates with InsideSport.IN.
Conor and Kosti Gnusariov were pictured together. With a caption “We will be back soon”. Later this year, Conor McGregor will finally make his eagerly anticipated UFC comeback, facing Michael Chandler, a well-known American fighter.
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In 2023, when McGregor will celebrate ten years as a UFC fighter, it has been 18 months since fans last witnessed the Irishman in action, and it has been more than three years since his last victory.
Seems like Conor and his sparring partner will be back soon befor Conor’s fight with Chandler.
Following the nearly two-year break he took for a crossover boxing contest against Floyd Mayweather, McGregor’s prolonged departure from the sport is now his second-longest streak without an MMA match.
In order to match McGregor’s new body, three-time Bellator 155-pound champion Chandler bulked up for the fight. The former lightweight champion will now be welcomed back at welterweight.
McGREGOR vs CHANDLER IS CONFIRMED!!@TheNotoriousMMA and @MikeChandlerMMA will officially coach the next season of #TUF31! pic.twitter.com/effjf0Rg2M
— UFC (@ufc) February 4, 2023
Dana White has confirmed that the bout between Conor McGregor vs Michael Chandler will definitely happen, though the location and date hasnt been finalised yet.
Since he became the first fighter to hold two different weight division titles simultaneously, Mc Gergor has been a pillar of the UFC. The Irish-born fighter also holds the record for the quickest knockout in UFC history after defeating Jose Aldo for the featherweight title in just 13 seconds in 2015. However, the 34-year-old has dropped three of his previous four fights and two consecutive since that time.
Chandler, on the other hand, has won the lightweight division of Bellator three times. The native of Missouri joined UFC as a free agent in 2021 and has already competed against some of the sport’s best lightweight competitors. Chandler has lost three of his four fights, including a knockout loss to Tony Ferguson in May. His most recent defeat came against Poirier at UFC 281 in November.
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