MMA fans are all over the moon about the possibility of the Conor McGregor vs Michael Chandler fight later this year. The duo currently are shooting for the upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter, where they both are cast as rival coaches. Both the celebrated fighters are expected to take on each other in the welterweight division.

While The Notorious has expressed excitement over the possible fight, Chandler believes that McGregor is just bluffing around as the latter is not even aware of his abilities. 

“No information yet. I am looking for info. At this point, I don’t think it's going to be 155-pounds. Conor expressed that it was going to be 170-pounds. I would love it at 170-pounds. I'll fight him in whatever weight class. I could not care less. I just want to fight the man. It would make a lot of sense from the airing of the show (TUF) ending in August for us to fight sometime in September, October, sometime this fall. I have not heard of an actual date,” Chandler said.

He further claimed that he is all set to take on McGregor in any category as he is too heavy for the latter. “He is talking about 185 pounds. We will see. I called he is bluffing. I think he does not thinks that I am heavy and as dense as I actually am. I am sitting here at 191-pounds,” added Chandler.

Meanwhile, Ian Garry is excited for Chandler vs McGregor but admitted that he will rooting for ‘The Notorious’ despite training with Chandler.  “This is very simple. I have trained with Chandler for a year. I like Mike, there is nothing against him, but he is going up against a guy who inspire an entire nation. A guy who I have looked up to and inspired the entire nation. A hundred percent I am team Notorious,” added Garry.