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Former UFC two-weight champion Georges St-Pierre knows exactly what Conor McGregor has to do to revive his career.
“If Conor McGregor wants to return to success, he must definitely step out of his comfort zone,” legendary Canadian Georges St-Pierre told ESPN.
“He should never be the boss in the training camp. He needs the coaches to tell him, ‘now you’re going to spar with this guy, go there and do it.’ Even if he doesn’t like it, he has to go through it. You don’t have to stay in the comfort zone in the training camp because you are preparing for a fight that, by definition, is not a comfort zone. “
Recall that in January, Conor McGregor returned to the octagon after a one-year break, losing by technical knockout in the second round to Dustin Poirier. According to the UFC’s plan, this summer the lightweights, who have one early victory over each other on their account, should fight another fight and complete the principle trilogy.