Conor McGregor told he won't fight for UFC lightweight title

Conor McGregor told he won't fight for UFC lightweight title

As per Ali Abdelaziz, Islam Makhachev or Beneil Dariush will confront Charles Oliveira. Any of the two warriors will confront Oliveira for the lightweight title. Conor McGregor won't battle against him.

Islam Makhachev or Beneil Dariush will turn into the new lightweight boss. When one of the two ends up before Charles Oliveira.

Abdelaziz has a great deal of regard for himself and the sort of warrior he is. He accepts that his two proteges are both unrivaled and better than Oliveira.

Please accept my apologies, Brazil, I love you, however Charles Oliveira won't be the boss in October.
He will lose. I figure he didn't battle grapplers like Islam or Beneil.

Indeed, even in wrestling, they are superior to him, better than him in catching. Oliveira has turned into an exceptionally shrewd warrior as well, however I don't see that he can beat any of these folks.

Abdelaziz additionally told that it wouldn't be McGregor who might battle for the lightweight title.

Conor McGregor said:

The best are supposed to fight the best in the UFC, right? Conor McGregor is not going to come and fight for the title. Michael Chandler is not going to fight for the title. It will be Beneil or Islam.

For him, it is recorded that the Irishman will not have his chance.

Everything suggests that he may be right because we do not yet know when Conor McGregor will return. Even if he has resumed training.

And the UFC might not want to wait to have a lightweight champion after Oliveira’s cutting disappointment at UFC 274.

For his part, Beneil Dariush still hopes to meet Islam Makhachev this summer. Though his injury forced him to cancel their first fight.