“Going into this one like a wild dog”: McGregor gives training update ahead of Poirier bout

Conor McGregor seems to be extremely confident ahead of his rematch against Dustin Poirier. He has claimed that the fight will end within 60 seconds. He has been able to do this on only one occasion in his entire career. It was against Nate Diaz at UFC 202.

Recently, ‘The Notorious’ took to Twitter to answer some of the questions that his followers had. One fan asked him if he would encourage his children to get into MMA.

The Irishman replied, “Yes! I’ve been training my son since day 1. He will be ready if he decides too. I am going to do this fight away from the family also. For a change. Fights and boppies and cuddles is a hard one to balance. I’m going into this one a wild dog.”

Conor McGregor has a very strong team backing him up, headed by coach John Kavanagh and striking coach Owen Roddy.

However, it seems that Conor McGregor has not started training yet as he is till in Dubai. For the McGregor vs. Porier rematch, his team has set up a training camp in Portugal.

The fight is exactly two months away and if he wants to settle the score with Poirier, he needs to start training as early as possible.

A lot of effort will be required if he is to score a win in the trilogy fight.

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