For months, Conor McGregor has been campaigning for a fight in Dublin’s massive Croke Park, and now Dana White has outlined how it could happen.
White has been in Australia to promote the November 15th, UFC 193 card, and recently he appeared on the NRL Footy Show with Ronda Rousey. While doing so, the UFC boss man relayed the following (quote via MMA Junkie.com):
“If he beats Jose Aldo in Las Vegas in December, the next fight will be in Croke Park,” White said. “We told him he could defend his title at Croke Park.”
How massive would that fight be? Croke Park holds over 80,000 people…
First things first, however, and that’s the featherweight champ Aldo, who McGregor will take on December 12th.
The bout will headline UFC 194, which will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada.