“Back Up for May” – Coach John Kavanagh Confirms Conor McGregor’s Return? Cryptic Comment Sets UFC World on Fire 

Conor McGregor is famous for his rough moves and trash talk and his recent near-death accident left fans in shock. But is the Irishman planning to make his UFC return in May? Let's find out.

Kavanagh recently uploaded an Instagram post with the Irishman as the duo posed with their kids. But the post had a cryptic message too that left fans wondering about McGregor's UFC return.


John Kavanagh is an Irish martial arts coach, a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner, and a former professional mixed martial artist. He has been coaching Conor McGregor for several years and the two share a very close bond.

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Kavanagh's Instagram post caught the attention of fans because MacGregor's coach shared a cryptic message in the caption that read, “The boys back up for May“ which indirectly suggested the Irishman’s return to the octagon in May.

Kavanagh Hints at Return 

During an interview with MMA Hour, Kavanagh expressed his confidence in McGregor’s return to the UFC in 2023.

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He said, “I’d be willing to bet my house on it. I think there’s some interesting negotiations going along now… I absolutely can’t say anything beyond that, but I’m very, very confident we will see Conor back in the octagon.”

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