Google reveals Conor McGregor's death hoax after UFC star's Wikipedia has been changed to claim he died on August 4th

Google erroneously displayed Conor McGregor's death in August as a result of a VIRAL hoax. Although the former UFC champion is still alive, he has..

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Google erroneously displayed Conor McGregor's death in August as a result of a VIRAL hoax.

Although the former UFC champion is still alive, he has had his Wikipedia page updated.



McGregor's followers have been tweeting McGregor to check he is still around.




McGregor's death date was changed to August 4, 2022 by a hoax

He shared photos of himself training and relaxing on a yacht.

McGregor also tweeted to wish Arnold Schwarzenegger happy 75th birthday.

Fans on social media were confused when his death date was changed to August 4.

Twitter users have been panicking over the 34-year old.

One tweet: "Conor Mcgregor! Why does Google claim that you are dead?" ?

Another person said, "Searched Conor deceased and this is what came out?" @TheNotoriousMMA are you a good champ? Google saying you're dead."

McGregor gave another hint about retirement, which confused most of the confused comments.

After breaking his leg during a loss to Dustin Poirier, he hasn't fought since July 2021.

He has been working out hard at the gym since his injury, and he previously talked about returning to the Octagon.

McGregor tweeted on Thursday: "Mma! I'll never forget about you!" It was easy work.





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