Conor McGregor has announced that he will be stepping back into the ring once again.
UFC legend in a series of tweets on his twitter account on Friday night revealed the reason he has been inactive since January and announced that his next fight will be with Pacquiao.
“I’m boxing Manny Pacquiao next in the Middle East,” he said after explaining how coronavirus-enforced restrictions have kept him away from the UFC octagon.
McGregor made his pro boxing debut in 2017 but lost a money-spinning fight to Floyd Mayweather, who then retired with a 50-0 unbeaten record.
Pacquiao, 41, is the reigning WBA welterweight champion and has won world titles in eight divisions.