Dublin, December 14th.
Since his fight with Nurmagomedov, McGregor has faced issues away from the octagon, getting involved in an altercation in a Dublin pub in April in which he appeared to punch a man in the head.
That incident took place a month after McGregor was arrested for allegedly smashing a fan’s phone in Miami, USA, but Florida prosecutors dropped all charges against the Irishman, who had already settled a civil lawsuit out of court.
A UFC fight has not been held in Ireland since 2015 but this would mark McGregor’s first on home soil.
To save you a job, BBC Sport has done the hard work and looked up the venues’ availabilities on 14 December. The Aviva Stadium is already booked up with a rugby Champions Cup fixture with the 3Arena hosting the Mrs Brown’s Boys Musical on that date but Croke Park looks to be free.
In 2016, UFC vice-president James Elliott said a fight in Dublin was “on the agenda” – so has that time finally arrived?
“Croke Park and the Aviva Stadium are two places that we’ve looked at, and we’ve made no secret about that,” he said.
“Conor has certainly made no secret about the fact he wants to fight in Dublin. It’s something that’s on the agenda.”