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Conor McGregor one of the biggest names in mixed martial arts our enemy said on Tuesday he was retiring from the sport , the Irish fighter made the surprise announcement on Twitter just five months after losing to could be normal go made off in a controversial title fight in Las Vegas , John Gregory who is as notorious for brawling outside the ring or the enemy's octagon didn't take too well to October's defeat engaging in a post fight brawl with his Russian rival which led to a six month suspension by the Nevada state athletic commission and in April two thousand and eighteen McGregor was charged with three counts of assault after video footage appeared to show him and his entourage in a New York parking lot smashing the windows for charter bus that was carrying UFC fighters , in yet another separate incident earlier this month McGregor was arrested in Florida after smashing offense phone inside the octagon the thirty year old has had a triumphant career with the record of twenty one wins and four defeats McGregor has capitalized on that success with numerous endorsement deals also launching his own whiskey brand and clothing line today's announcement marks the second time the fighter has said he was hanging up his gloves a month after losing to need D. as in March two thousand sixteen he said he had to quote retire young but returned to defeat DS leader that your and this latest tweet has also raised questions it comes just hours after an interview aired with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show in which the fighter claimed he was in talks about an upcoming fight in July whether this is a true retirement or just to leverage tactic remains to be seen but for now McGregor is signing out with just a proverbial punch saying quote proper Pena Kallada is on me fellas