UFC News – Conor McGregor claims he will “slap” his own 2016 version

  • Connor McGregor made a bold claim when looking back on his UFC 205 win.
  • MacGregor defeated Eddie Alvarez and won the UFC lightweight title in 20 in.


Revised April 17, 2020, 23:38 IST

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In 2016, Connor McGregor Defeat made history Eddie Alvarez Become a double champion UFC, Both the UFC Featherweight and Lightweight Championships were held at the same time as ‘Notorious One’.

Looking back on his win-win win from UFC 205, McGregor claimed that he would “slap” his own 2016 version – a testament to his achievement of defeating Eddie Alvarez to become the first joint double-division champion in UFC history.

He also added to the fact that during the global outbreak of Kovid-1, he is currently in a state of need for a haircut.

McGregor claims he will ‘slap’ his version of the 20th edition

Conor McGregor compiled history at UFC 205 when he defeated Eddie Alvarez for the first time in his career winning the UFC Lightweight Championship.

Although many would agree with the fact that the Irishman was in his prime nearly four years ago, McGregor himself claimed he would “slap” his own version of the 20-man UFC World title, which won two divisional UFC World titles in New York’s Madison Square Garden. City.

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In his last octagon outs in January, McGregor showed his whole different side, as ‘The Coterious One’ would remove Donald Cerone in the second round of the first round of McGregor’s return to the UFC.

What else is behind Conor McGregor?

Confer McGregor is expected to face Justin Gathji on his return to UCF, promoted to his normal schedule after their temporary shutdown due to COVID-19.

Published 17 April 2020, 23:38 IST

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