Conor McGregor included in Dustin Poirier's list of potential opponents with UFC rivals lined up for FOURTH fight

DUSTIN POIRIER included Conor McGregor in his list of potential opponents – setting up a chance of a FOURTH fight between the UFC rivals.

McGregor won the first of their three-bout series in 2014, winning by knockout in round one.


They would not rematch until January 2021, where Poirier, 33, returned the favour in the second round.

But their trilogy bout last July ended in disaster for McGregor, 33, who suffered a horror leg break seconds before the end of round one.

It meant he lost by doctor stoppage and leaves the feud between them still going.

Poirier would later go on to challenge for the belt but was beaten in December by Charles Oliveira, 32.

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The American has been in talks to face Nate Diaz, 37, and was also offered a grudge match against Colby Covington, 34.

But Poirier refused to rule out another fight with McGregor, who is yet to return from his injury.

He said on The MMA Hour: "That’s tough to say. You never know.

"I’ll fight him at 155 or 170 though, if he does come back and wants to fight. Yeah, he’s in it too."

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Poirier, frustrated and ready to fight, admitted he would be open for talks with just about any other lightweight contender.

He added: “I’ll fight [Michael] Chandler. I’ll fight [Justin] Gaethje.

"If Tony [Ferguson] wins a fight and comes back down to 155, I’ll fight Tony. Whoever’s in the line, dude. I’ll fight anybody, anyone."

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