Wrestling Icon ‘Match Made in Heaven’ includes Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor in the UFC Octagon.

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WWE’s Triple H icon revealed his vision of a game made in heaven, with UFC superstar Conor McGregor competing with none other than Vince McMahon. Former WWE superstar and executive vice president of global strategy and talent development told TMZ Sports that he expected McGregor McMahon to take a $1 billion ride on the track.

McMahon, who is the CEO of WWE, is considered the first to use the McGregor Rack, which later became known in the UFC Octagon, so Triple H sees it as a possible conspiracy for a match between McGregor and McMahon.

Here’s McMahon’s rebuttal.

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But McGregor’s going for a walk.

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In 2017, McGregor admitted to stealing McMahon’s step.

I think Conor McGregor versus Vince McMahon with a billion dollars at stake, I think it’s a match made in heaven. Triple H said.

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The Triple H resembled McGregor and may have worked with the WWE, just as other martial arts stars have worked with the company in the past.

I think the way we do what we do, even when we have fun, allows us to fight the sport, Triple H said. People like Conor McGregor or Rhonda [Rausi] like Tyson Fury are doing well. It was in the past with Mike Tyson and Floyd [Mayweather]. It’s people’s entertainment that makes these fights happen so often.

Triple H is still interested in working with McGregor in the near future.

Yes, the styles and the fights themselves, but the entertainment and the ability to capture people as individuals is what really makes these fights happen, Triple X said.

It’s the same in our business, so if you can take it and really let go and become more than life, that’s what it’s all about.

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Daniel Cormier went to the WWE?

In the same interview with TMZ Sport, Triple N also showed that his company is interested in working with UFC legend Daniel Cormier in the future.

Cormier, 41, is looking for another big UFC fight before he retires. The former UFC-champion, a double UFC-champion, hopes that his last duel will be a rubber duel against heavyweight UFC-champion Stip Miocic. Two stars are 1-on-1, and Kormier hopes to break that tie and retire as a heavyweight champion.

Triple N told TMZ Sports that he hopes to work with Cormier soon, either before or after his last UFC game.

Of course we’ve talked a lot in the past, we’ve talked about what he did, whether it was in the ring, through commentary or whatever, said Triple H. We’ve talked a lot in the past, we’ve talked about what he did, whether it was in the ring, through commentary or whatever. But he does what he does, and if he decides to leave or the UFC wants to leave, then yeah, I love him. Every time I see him, we talk good.

Will Mr Cormier be a WWE commentator?

The triple H said he would be happy to see Kormier in any capacity, including commentary, during the war.

In fact, much of his conversation with TMZ Sports was devoted to Cormier’s superiority as a commentator, which the future retired champion is already practicing in some UFC games.

He’s just a good guy, and I think that makes him a good commentator. The man said: Yeah, I’d like to sit on the couch and see a fight with him. For me, that’s the good comment, people you want to hang out with, sit down and look at something.

But Triple N said he likes to wait until Kormier finishes his MMA career.

I think it’s great, Triple H. I think it’s great. We’d like to do something with him when it’s clearly time for the UFC and Dana White.

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