Conor McGregor To Change Gameplan Against Michael Chandler After Fans' Suggestions

Photo: Instagram/Conor McGregor 

One of the biggest names in the world of MMA, Conor McGregor, is known for his successful PPV buys in the UFC.

Recently, McGregor has announced that he will be changing his gameplan in his fight against Michael Chandler, likely returning to the octagon this year.

McGregor and Chandler will face off after coaching on the 31st season of The Ultimate Fighter, which is currently in production.

Photo: Instagram/Conor McGregor 

In an interview with Submission Radio, Stephen Thompson has claimed that McGregor may be incorporating some changes suggested by fans in his fight against Chandler.

McGregor has been using an orthodox boxing stance in his recent fights, a contrast from his previous wide karate-like southpaw stance seen in fights against Jose Aldo and Eddie Alvarez.

The Irish fighter has not fought since July 2021, and the pressure is on for his comeback fight.

As one of the biggest names in the history of MMA, many are eager to see whether he can win against Chandler.

It remains to be seen whether these changes in gameplan will prove successful, but fans are excited to see what McGregor will bring to the octagon.

With McGregor's record-breaking success in the UFC, many will be watching to see how he adapts his fighting style against Chandler.

McGregor has always been known for his unique style and ability to surprise his opponents, and this fight will be no exception.

Fans are eagerly anticipating this match and are curious to see whether McGregor will continue to innovate and surprise in the octagon.

As one of the most highly anticipated fights of the year, McGregor's return to the octagon is sure to be a must-see event for MMA fans.

McGregor's willingness to incorporate fan suggestions into his gameplan shows his dedication to his craft and his commitment to putting on a good show.

Fans will be eagerly awaiting the results of this highly anticipated fight.

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