UFC Betting Odds Arise After Conor McGregor Announces Retirement

  • Former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion Conor McGregor announces his retirement from fighting.
  • Online sportsbooks hold betting lines for if he will un-retire (+200) and fight in 2020-2021.
  • Most sports bettors are taking action against McGregor announcing his un-retirement via twitter in 2020 with no having -300 odds.

LAS VEGAS - UFC champion Conor McGregor has announced his retirement from fighting. With the announcement, online sportsbooks are hosting betting lines for if he comes back and where he will fight.

This also includes if he will announce his return via Twitter, where he originally announced his retirement.

McGregor has been a champion in multiple weight classes, holding both the featherweight and lightweight belts during his tenure in the UFC

Conor McGregor Retirement Prop Bets

Sports bettors betting on the UFC still have a chance to take action on the Irish warrior.

One betting line sports bettors are wagering on is, assuming McGregor returns to fighting, where he will fight.

The Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) has the shortest odds at +125 for McGregor's next bout.

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McGregor Fight In 2020-2021

  • BKFG +125
  • UFC +150
  • Boxing +300

Although McGregor has not expressed any interest in fighting in the BKFG himself, the MMA league's president has welcomed McGregor to fight anytime.

Assuming there is an announcement for Conor McGregor to return to fighting, there is another prop bet surrounding if he will also take to Twitter to tell the world in 2020.

Will McGregor Announce Un-retired On Twitter 2020

  • No -300
  • Yes+200

More On McGregor’s Retirement

Conor McGregor announcing his retirement comes just at the conclusion of UFC 250.

"The game just does not excite me, and that's that," said McGregor. "All this waiting around. There's nothing happening. I'm going through opponent options, and there's nothing really there at the minute. There's nothing that's exciting me.”

McGregor is the second major name in fighting that has left the UFC. Jon Jones announced leaving the UFC due to contract issues with UFC head Dana White.

Although it is a sad time for UFC fans with legends seemingly leaving the league, sports bettors will continue to see betting lines for major UFC events at online sportsbooks and fighters going forward.