CONOR MCGREGOR has promised his followers ‘a masterpiece’ when he returns to UFC towards Dustin Poirier.
Infamous will battle the American on January 23 in his first battle for a yr.
Conor McGregor has made a daring promise to his followers forward of his UFC returnCredit score: Getty
The Irishman will face Dustin Poirier in a rematch on January 23 Credit score: instagram / @thenotoriousmma
And he has taken to Twitter to make a vow to his legion of supporters forward of his rematch.
He tweeted: “I promise a masterpiece.”
McGregor appears set to silence his doubters when he climbs again into the cage on Struggle Island – and has additionally declared he is ‘staying away’ from his Proper 12 Whiskey in the build-up to it.
The Irishman launched the drinks in 2018, which is predicated on his birthplace Crumlin being the twelfth postal district of Dublin.
He usually posts snaps and clips of himself having fun with a beverage of the whiskey.
However earlier this week he revealed he’ll go away it alone till after his rematch with the American on January 23 at UFC 257.
McGregor shared a photograph of him grappling with coach John Kavanagh on Instagram alongside the caption: “Me and @coach_kavanagh preserving one another away from the Correct Twelve this camp.”
Infamous is clearly taking his coaching within the build-up to the battle much more critically than he did for his notorious defeat to Khabib Nurmagomedov in 2018.
He revealed final yr that he had been ingesting whiskey ‘all bleeding battle week’ earlier than that loss to his bitter foe.
McGregor returned to the Octagon final January for the primary time after that setback and destroyed Donald Cerrone within 40 seconds.
He had additionally promised to put off the drink to assist hold himself in high situation.
The 32-year-old emerged victorious final time he confronted Poirier in 2014 because of a TKO inside two minutes.
He did announce he had retired from UFC final June as he cited an absence of motion being behind his choice.
However after initially verbally agreeing a charity bout towards Poirier, UFC chief Dana White moved shortly to guide it for his promotion.
McGregor has vastly benefited financially since launching the Correct 12 model two years in the past.
It raked in over £750m from gross sales inside the first 12 months – with Tesco limiting prospects to solely two per go to as a consequence of its reputation.