The infamous Conor McGregor has hinted that his next fight is about to be announced.
The MMA star has been out of action since breaking his leg in a trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier in July.
But in true Mystic Mac fashion, the Irishman has now sent out a series of cryptic tweets that appear to be plotting his opponent’s future collapse.
He tweeted: “I feel like I can do you all. Convenience. Any list.
“I hit you, I change you.
“And I would love to see you differently.”
The mysterious behavior didn’t end there, with McGregor taking on the role of social media rapper.
He continued: “Mac Daddy is back in action.
“Sitting on a billion, planning a killing.
“DiDi, my left hand is Glock.”
The former UFC featherweight and light heavyweight champion then escalated tensions, tweeting: “My return date is …
“My next fight is …
The date of my return is…
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) May 17, 2022
“If you want to bring me down, come out and say your work. Who else am I picking.”
This all seems to provoke you for no reason.
Well, apparently not, as McGregor continues his Twitter rant, suggesting that the details of his next fight have been confirmed.
He ended up tweeting: “Just kidding, I know exactly who. When. What weight. Where. How it’s going. Everything. I see dead people.”
We all seem to know that it’s only a matter of time before what Mystic Mac knows.
His fight back is not without its merits, with people like Charles Oliveira, Michael Chandler, Justin Gass and Tony Ferguson calling for McGregor over the past year.
Meanwhile, the man himself has clearly outlined his intention to return to UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman.
In an interview with TheMacLife, he said: “My current focus is on my own battle for the 170-pound title with Usman in my return fight.
He continued: “And I have a lot of confidence in Usman – he’s a happy, messy, orthodox wrestler with no judgment. What’s he going to do? Where’s the danger here? I don’t see the danger … no one has three championships in three divisions like me, if we have this fight. ”
UFC president Dana White expects the Irish to return in the second half of the year.
In March, he told SunSport: “If everything goes well, we will have an early fall.”
He added: “If his legs heal well and he gets clearance to start training seriously, it could be an early fall.”