Conor McGregor recently announced his retirement. And by all intents and purposes, it seems to be sticking this time.
Or at least Dana White isn’t begging him to come back.
Recently, Conor may have dropped another hint that he could be done fighting for good, as he announced on Twitter that he is auctioning off all of his fight worn gear for UFC 246.
In the post, “Notorious” said it’s to commemorate “the last time I set foot in the Octagon.”
I've partnered with @FansAuthentic to bring to you, my faithful fans, an opportunity to bid on my #UFC246 autographed event-used memorabilia. This auction commemorates the last time I set foot in the octagon, so don’t miss out!
To bid go to check out: https://t.co/3P4fgRGh1T
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) July 28, 2020
Of course, that could simply mean it was the last time he technically fought, and not the final time he will have competed.
Now is your chance to score some very nice McGregor memorabilia that will only increase in value.
Among the items up for bid are his fight-worn gloves, fight-worn shorts, and the flag he walked out with in his fight with Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone.
The currents bids for those items — all of which you can see and bid on by clicking here — are up to $21,000, $3,500 and $2,500 respectively.
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