Dana White, president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, has revealed 

that Conor McGregor will compete in the Ultimate Fighting Championship once more in season 31 of "The Ultimate Fighter."

McGregor will face Chandler in the octagon at the end of the season.

The next season of "The Ultimate Fighter" debuts on ESPN on May 30; a date for that fight has not yet been announced.

McGregor will serve as a coach for the programme for the second time. 

He additionally participated in the show's 22nd season as Urijah Faber's coach.

McGregor hasn't competed since losing to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 in July 2021.

After McGregor hurt his leg in the first round, the bout was called off.

A first for the sport, the 34-year-old McGregor previously held the UFC featherweight and lightweight crowns.

Chandler has been a part of the UFC for almost two years, and his most recent appearance in the octagon came at UFC 281 in November.