Conor McGregor hasn't fought inside the Octagon in almost two years now, and many UFC fans have been wondering for some time now exactly when we'll see the former UFC Lightweight Champion fighting again.
A lot has happened to Notorious since he last stepped inside the Octagon at UFC 205 in November 2016 to fight Eddie Alvarez for the UFC Lightweight title, events that have taken his career to new heights, as well as new lows.
Returning to UFC to fight will put McGregor back on the straight and narrow after a troublesome couple of months, and the UFC president Dana White has recently revealed when he is going to be speaking to the Irishman to sort out his future once and for all.
Speaking to TMZ Sports, White revealed that he is going to be meeting up with McGregor on June 18, which is next Monday, but the location of their meet was not disclosed.
He said: "He and I are meeting on the 18th of this month. I don’t know whats gonna happen. I don’t know what Conor has planned. I don’t know what Conor and his team have worked on."
The UFC president was supposed to meet with the former UFC Lightweight Champion during the weekend of UFC's Liverpool event last month, but the meeting never took place.
Since his last UFC, McGregor has competed inside a boxing ring against Floyd Mayweather, losing the fight on a 10th-round TKO. He has also had problems with the law, as he was the leader of a bus incident during the week of UFC 223.
Video evidence shows the Irishman attacking buses at UFC 223 media day in April, injuring several UFC fighters in the process which resulted in several fights being cancelled or changed. He has been charged with three misdemeanor crimes and a felony.
McGregor has a hearing in a New York courtroom Thursday related to his alleged attack.
Notorious revealed last week in a caption of an Instagram post that he was supposed to fight at UFC 224 in Rio de Janeiro on May 12 but 'something came up.' His opponent for this fight was to be Rafael dos Anjos.
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