WWE 'very much' wants Conor McGregor to make TV appearance

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It's been yet another memorable weekend for Conor McGregor.

He stole the show at the UFC 205 press conference, and then he stole the show inside the octagon at Madison Square Garden, becoming the featherweight and lightweight champion following his impressive victory over Eddie Alvarez.

After the fight, the double champion then announced that his partner was expecting a child early next year, making Notorious a father for the first time.


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It's safe to say, it was one memorable weekend for the Irishman.

One of the talking points from UFC 205 was one specific person in attendance watching over the McGregor/Alvarez fight, and that person was Triple H.

The WWE legend was at Madison Square Garden watching the heavily stacked card, and it sparked more speculation about WWE being interested in getting McGregor on one of their shows.

It's been well documented in the past that WWE want to get McGregor, despite his harsh words for the entire roster and some of WWE's biggest names.

WWE have had Ronda Rousey appear at WrestleMania in the past, and they've also built a solid relationship with UFC due to Brock Lesnar pulling double duty in recent months.

However, one man they desperately want on their show is Conor McGregor.

It was noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that WWE 'very much' wants McGregor to appear on one of their shows, with Monday Night Raw the preferred option.

Although getting McGregor on any of their shows would be a massive pull, surely WWE would want to save him for The Grandest Stage of Them All.

WrestleMania 33, anybody?

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