Well, back trolling that is.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion Conor McGregor announced to the world that he will be returning to the UFC 200 pay-per-view (PPV) main event, which takes place on Sat., July 9, 2016 inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
From the man himself:
McGregor briefly retired earlier this month after UFC refused to meet his pre-fight demands. Specifically, "Notorious" wanted to be absolved of all promotional duties and focus strictly on his Nate Diaz rematch, a stipulation he felt was deserved after making the company a boatload of money.
But not everyone is ready to roll out the red carpet just yet.
Multiple sources I have spoken with so far indicated nothing changed in regard to Conor’s exclusion from UFC 200. Nothing from his team yet.— John Morgan (@MMAjunkieJohn) April 25, 2016
As for the ebb and flow back in Dublin?
"At this stage, I think the only way Conor will feature at UFC 200 is if he's a late replacement for someone else," SBG Coach John Kavanagh told The 42. "We're still training twice a day, aiming for 9 July. Everything is on point to peak for UFC 200."