Conor McGregor Is Mysteriously Declared “Dead” in Shocking Hoax Despite His Best Arnold Schwarzenegger Impression “I’ll Be Back”

Published 08/06/2022, 8:30 AM EDT

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Conor McGregor, the former two-weight champion, was recently declared dead by his Wikipedia page. However, the face of the fight game is alive and healthy. He recently made an iconic ‘Terminator’ reference on social media.

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The rumor of McGregor’s passing circulated online earlier this week. Several users widely disseminated a screenshot of the Wikipedia article displaying the UFC star’s passing date on Twitter.

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This news puzzled UFC fans. A fan asked on Twitter, “why does it say Conor McGregor is dead if you google it?” But it all turned out to be a hoax, as ‘The Notorious’ made his presence known by tweeting on his official Twitter account. The former lightweight champion greeted the bodybuilding legend, Arnold Schwarzenegger, on his birthday.

While using an iconic ‘Terminator’ movie line, McGregor wrote, “I’ll be back! For the sake of humankind! I must return! Happy birthday, my man, @Schwarzenegger! Hope you and H are proud of my recovery/work and my latest move on the board. Fun times ahead, bring it.”

‘The Notorious’ also added a few pictures of his meeting with the seven times Mr. Olympia, following his loss against Dustin Poirier in 2021 at UFC 264, where he also suffered a leg injury. Ever since then, McGregor hasn’t competed inside the Octagon.

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Given that he has only picked up victories in one of his last four fights, the former dual champion hasn’t fared well in his UFC career lately. However, outside of fighting, McGregor is still making big moves in his professional career.

Conor McGregor is ready to make his acting debut alongside Jake Gyllenhaal

The UFC superstar will soon make his Hollywood debut alongside renowned actor Jake Gyllenhaal. The Irishman will reportedly appear in the Road House remake, a recreation of an 80s classic film.

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McGregor is already well-known in the fight world. Consequently, this film is just another achievement for him. Earlier, the UFC star also featured in his own documentary–Conor McGregor: Notorious.

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However, the Road House remake is going to be his legitimate acting debut as ‘The Notorious’ will play a written character and not himself. There is yet no information about his role or the release date of the movie.

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Are you guys excited to see McGregor in the movies? What are your thoughts on his death hoax? Also, let us know your reaction to his tweet in the comment section below.

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Afnan Chougle

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Afnan Chougle is a UFC author at EssentiallySports. Besides writing, this Media graduate is an integral part of the digital web stories team for combat sports. Before joining EssentiallySports, Afnan gained valuable experience as an intern at Jiostudios Production House.
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