UFC is filled with bizarre fighters but none of them come equally in this trait than Conor McGregor. The Ex-two weight division UFC champion announced via his Twitter handle that he is retiring yet again on March 26, 2019. However, this is not the first time he had announced his retirement as in 2016, he also tweeted his retirement after coming from a loss from Nate Diaz.

McGregor was recently arrested a week ago in a strong arms crime and damage case against a photo-seeking fan a week ago. McGregor and the fan both were leaving a Miami Beach Hotel when the incident happened. The fan wanted to take a picture with McGregor with his Cell-phone but in its place, McGregor smacked the phone off his hand and trod on the phone multiple times.

McGregor’s last fight finished with a heavy loss against the Russian UFC fighter and reigning UFC Lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. The fight ended with 4th round submission victory for the Russian but after the fight, an all-out bout broke down between the two teams.

This tipped to a six months suspension for McGregor and his whole team with a fifty thousand dollar fine also.