Saturday night in Las Vegas, Conor McGregor was defeated by Dustin Poirier, the second straight win over McGregor for Poirier.
The question that always gets asked is “will there be another rematch,” which both fighters would have to agree to.
Poirier spoke out, telling TMZ Sports that “anything is possible.” TMZ asked the 32-year-old lightweight whether he had any interest in a fourth fight with McGregor.
“Anything is possible. I just have to get with my family and see what’s next,” Poirier said.
McGregor suffered a broken leg during Saturday’s loss and is going to have to make a full recovery prior to his next fight.
“You never wanna see someone injured like that,” Poirier said. “The recovery is gonna be hard.”
Conor had a surgery on his broken leg Sunday, a 3.5 hour surgery to reset the leg.
UFC President Dana White was asked if there will be a fourth bout between Poirier and McGregor sometime in 2022.
“Dustin Poirier will fight for the title and when Conor is healed and ready to go, we’ll do the rematch,” White said.