Bookies Offer Odds On Conor McGregor’s Next Venture

Conor McGregor announced his retirement from the UFC, and the bookies have jumped on the action. The former double-champion announced that he was walking away from the sport via Twitter, and it has been a whirlwind of 48 hours. Not only did Conor get the ball rolling with his tweet, but it was also announced that the Irishman was under investigation regarding a sexual assault allegation.

With that said, bookies have now provided the odds on what Conor McGregor’s next venture could be. With WrestleMania 35 around the corner, the odds have been slashed regarding McGregor potentially showing up on WWE TV, while the bookies have also given the odds on Conor possibly going to prison next!

  • Fight in the WWE: 3/2 (+150)

Could the Irishman follow in the footsteps of Ronda Rousey and head to WWE? We know for a fact that McGregor has already been called out by a plethora of WWE Superstars!

  • Return to MMA: 3/1 (+300)

This wasn’t the first time Conor announced his retirement. After returning to the Octagon, Conor – Khabib did the highest PPV numbers in UFC history, and that could once again happen if McGregor chooses to return to the cage.

  • Return to Boxing: 4/1 (+400)

The first time Conor boxed, it was in a high-profile showdown against Mayweather, which broke all sorts of records!

  • Get arrested: 10/1 (+1000)

This is arguably the most interesting betting option. That doesn’t mean it is as outlandish as one would have imagined just a few months ago!

  • UFC Commentary role: 12/1 (+1200)

Conor McGregor made a name for himself as the brash, cocky star that wrote checks that his mouth later cashed. That would propel him into the front of the line if he ever decided to lend his voice as an announcer.

  • Actor: 12/1 (+1200)

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson became one of the biggest actors in the world thanks to his charisma and wit. One would assume ‘The Notorious’ would fancy himself if ever given the chance.

  • Open a Bar: 12/1 (+1200)

While McGregor’s “Proper Twelve” has undoubtedly been a hit, could the former UFC Lightweight Champion open a bar, becoming an entrepreneur?

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