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On paper, the fighter is the perfect fit for The Joe Rogan Experience, in which the UFC commentator often chats with controversial characters from the world of sport.
However, the 32-year-old hasn't followed in the footsteps of Tyson Fury and appeared on the hugely popular podcast - not just yet, anyway.
The Irishman was asked about the possibility during a Q&A on Twitter, and he replied: "I'd love to! I feel at some stage we should!
"I've a lot of respect for Joe.
"He shouted me out before anyone else in the UFC also. Before I had signed with the company."
I'd love to! I feel at some stage we should! I've a lot of respect for Joe. He shouted me out before anyone else in the UFC also. Before I had signed with the company. https://t.co/yLEKC0ErMb
- Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) May 10, 2021
Based on his Twitter Q&A alone, Rogan would have a hell of a lot to chat about with The Notorious.
Asked about rumours that he was thinking of launching a bid to buy Manchester United, he replied: "A conversation came up regarding Celtic first to be honest. To acquire shares from Dermot Desmond.
"I am certainly interested in acquiring a sports team at some stage!
"Both Celtic and Man United are teams I like for sure. But I am open. I feel I could do big things for a club."
He also said he's bought his mum everything under the sun since making it big.
He said: "I gave her a little stack of cash off of the first one. The Dana 60g one.
"Since then absolutely everything else. Cars, clothes, homes, jewellery, million dollar cheques. You name it!
"2 grandkids and another one on the way for her haha!
"I done good, she always believed in me!"
If McGregor does appear on the podcast though, he'll have a tough time matching Fury's compelling appearance on the show, in which he opened up about his battles with depression and addiction.
Still, with the amount of shenanigans McGregor is involved in, both in and outside of the octagon, you can bet there'd be a lot of people tuning in to listen.
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