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Conor McGregor's UFC 303 Return in Jeopardy: "Minor Injury" Speculation Surrounds Press Conference Postponement



Conor McGregor's UFC 303 return looks doubtful
Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor's highly anticipated comeback at UFC 303 has hit a roadblock, sparking speculation and concern among fans and media alike.


The UFC announced the postponement of the pre-fight press conference in Dublin, Ireland, citing undisclosed reasons. ESPN Deportes reporter KOlmenero hinted at a "minor injury" plaguing McGregor, while Ariel Helwani corroborated the report.


Despite the setback, McGregor's bout against Michael Chandler on June 29 in Las Vegas remains scheduled. McGregor apologized on Twitter, attributing the delay to "obstacles outside of our control." He canceled multiple media obligations, fueling speculation about the severity of his injury.


Chandler, meanwhile, remained focused on his training, posting a video with a quote from Martin Luther King Jr.:


"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."


As the MMA world waits with bated breath for McGregor's return, questions surrounding his fitness and readiness for UFC 303 linger. Will McGregor overcome this minor setback and make a triumphant comeback, or will Chandler capitalize on his opponent's misfortune? Only time will tell.

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