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Who is Conor McGregor? The ‘Notorious’ MMA star set to heading UFC 264
Conor McGregor positions during a ritualistic weigh-in for a UFC bout.AP
Conor McGregor is set to face Dustin Poirier in a trilogy battle to headline UFC 264 on Saturday, July 10 (7/10/2021).
For the storied MMA fighter, it’s a chance at redemption after Poirier beat him in one around 2 TKO at UFC 257, and a win he needs if he wants another chance at the UFC’s Lightweight title, against recently crowned champ Charles Oliveira.
” I’m going to send that electric bolt through his body and that’s it,” McGregor informed Sportskeeda of the upcoming rematch and trilogy fight at UFC 264.
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Here’s what you require to understand about Conor McGregor.
Who is Conor McGregor?
Conor McGregor, 31, is an Irish blended martial artist with the Ultimate Fighting Championship, who has actually completed at the welterweight, lightweight and featherweight classes. He has been signed with UFC since 2013, but his expert MMA profession dates to 2008, when he first appeared in the Irish promo Cage of Truth.
His label is “Notorious,” and he has several unbelievable accomplishments to support the title, consisting of holding the record for the fastest success in UFC title fight history– 13 seconds into the preliminary versus Jose Aldo. He was also the first-ever UFC champion to hold 2 belts concurrently.
He was the highest-paid expert athlete in 2020, and is the most significant draw in MMA history, headlining 5 out of the top 6 finest UFC PPVs of perpetuity.
His fight design is a special blend of Capoeira, boxing, Taekwondo, and more.
What is his battle record?
Presently, McGregor is the # 5 ranked Lightweight fighter, with a professional record of 22-5-0. He went undefeated for 15 straight battles in between 2011 and 2015, and has headlined his last nine events.
The 5 ′ 8 ″, 155-pound fighter has actually claimed 2 UFC titles, but both Featherweight and Lightweight belts were later stripped from him due to lack of exercise in the particular divisions. He has 19 wins by knockout.
His recent record is rather shakier, winning just 3 of his last 6 battles. Despite that, he’s still thought about among the very best fighters in the lightweight division and has actually never lost two battles in a row.
What does he have to say about Dustin Poirier?
Almost 7 years back, McGregor began his trilogy of fights against Dustin Poirier with a TKO in the first round at UFC 178. Then, in January of this year, Poirier got vengeance at UFC 257, making his own TKO win in Round 2 versus McGregor.
Poirier has a chance to put the first back-to-back losses on McGregor’s record with a win at UFC 264, however, McGregor is overflowing with self-confidence.
” He’s dead,” McGregor said of Poirier in an interview with news.com.au.
” Just do what I’ve been practicing, put the hours in the fitness center to utilize,” McGregor stated. “It’s not like I didn’t knock him out in the first round and the second round on the feet. He was out on his feet in both rounds. You understand what I mean? I knocked him out in sixty seconds the very first time. I had him out on his feet in both rounds. I had him out on his feet multiple times in the preliminary.”