Conor McGregor PPV Interview Cancelled
Conor McGregor‘s first pay-per-view appearance since he fought Floyd Mayweather in August has been cancelled.
Following a successful one man show/ interview pay-per-view emanating from Manchester, England, in January of this year, McGregor booked an appearance for Sept. 30 in London. Like the Manchester event, McGregor was slated to take part in an extensive on-stage interview available not only to an audience from Indigo at the O2 Arena in London, but also watch via online pay-per-view.
The Sept. 30 event in London, “An Evening with Conor McGregor – Up Close and Personal,” has cancelled without warning just three days prior to the event.
Sources close to McGregor’s team confirmed to MMAWeekly.com’s Damon Martin that the pay-per-view has been cancelled, but could provide no further details at the time of publication.
Following his August 26th fight with Floyd Mayweather, McGregor has been targeting a return to the Octagon by the end of 2017, possibly UFC 219 in December. His coach, John Kavanagh, indicated that he felt that might be wishful thinking more than reality. With rumors swirling at a potential third fight with rival Nate Diaz, we might learn sooner rather then later when the “Notorious” one will return to the octagon.