Video: Conor McGregor Lists His Co-Promoter Demands For UFC Return

UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor has been taking his time deciding his next move, following his recent pro-boxing debut loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr.

While “Notorious” has already targeted Tony Ferguson as next on his list, the UFC lightweight champion recently revealed that he wants to be treated as a promoter for the event as well.

Speaking in a media scrum, as transcribed by MMA Fighting, Conor McGregor explained that nothing is yet set in stone.

“We’ll see. We’re in the process of negotiations, there’s a couple of opponents across different sports now in play, there’s the boxing game also.”

The UFC superstar then explained that he wished to be a “true partner” with the UFC in his next fight.

“We’re in the contract negotiation stage. It’s got to, they’ve got to entice me now because, I came from a billion-dollar fight. I want equity, I want pay-per-view. I want to be a true partner. You have to entice me now. I want to be a partner. I want to be a promoter and I want to be a fighter for me to continue.”

For the full interview, check out the video below: