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'Unfinished Business' - Conor McGregor Called Out To The Ultimate Grudge Match By UFC Star

Nasir Jabbar

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'Unfinished Business' - Conor McGregor Called Out To The Ultimate Grudge Match By UFC Star

UFC superstar Conor McGregor has been called out by Tony Ferguson, who says they have 'unfinished business'.

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McGregor and Ferguson have exchanged verbal barbs in the past, but have never been matched up by the UFC.

Though 'El Cucuy' wants the 'Notorious' next, issuing him a message on social media ahead of a potential blockbuster clash.

Image: PA
Image: PA

In a series of posts on Instagram, Ferguson hit out at McGregor: "Where you at McNuggets!?!"

The UFC lightweight contender added there is "unfinished business".

McGregor and Ferguson have beefed over the years so a fight inside the famed Octagon would make perfect sense, especially considering both fighters are coming off defeats.

Ferguson, 37, is riding a three-fight losing skid, having lost to Justin Gaethje, Charles Oliveira and Beneil Dariush.

His crushing defeat to Gaethje, for the interim UFC lightweight title, snapped an impressive 12-fight winning streak.

Image: PA
Image: PA

As for McGregor, he's on the mend after undergoing surgery on his broken leg that he suffered against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264.

The Irishman is also on a losing skid, suffering back-to-back defeats to Poirier.

Speaking last month, UFC president Dana White claimed that McGregor could return to action before the end of the year.

Though with the recent bookings of Oliveira vs. Poirier and Leon Edwards vs. Jorge Masvidal for UFC 269, it seems unlikely he'll fight again this year.

"Conor seems to be healing up pretty well," White told the Australian Daily Telegraph.

"The question is: When can he start kicking again?

"If he could take kicks, then he'd be looking at a fight before the end of the year again, so it all depends on how fast that leg heals."

Featured Image Credit: PA/Instagram

Topics: Conor Mcgregor, Tony Ferguson, UFC

Nasir Jabbar
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