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Conor McGregor speaks out after UFC 300 headline confirmation

Conor McGregor breaks silence after UFC 300 confirmation, receives unlikely callout. Fans await his return to the octagon.

Conor McGregor has finally spoken out after it was confirmed that he won't be fighting at UFC 300 and received an unexpected callout. UFC president Dana White put an end to speculation about the main event for the historic card by announcing that Alex Pereira's title defense against Jamahal Hill would be headlining the event.

Despite this news, McGregor is still on the minds of fans after being called out by new featherweight champion Ilia Topuria following his UFC 298 victory. Topuria challenged McGregor to a fight in Spain, and McGregor responded with a lighthearted comment on Instagram, joking about his family size.

Last year, McGregor announced that he would be returning to the UFC on June 29, but White has since stated that the former champ won't be back until the autumn at the earliest. White also mentioned that McGregor is focused on other projects and that only McGregor knows when he'll be ready to return to the octagon.

Despite this, McGregor has been seen training and has expressed his eagerness to get back in the octagon. He recently posted on Instagram, urging the UFC to "get this date set." It's clear that McGregor is determined to return to the sport, and fans are eagerly awaiting his next move.

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