The extraordinary Irish fighter, Conor mcgregor, became viral in these hours by a video of its beginnings in the MMA. The former Lightweight Champion of UFC He could be the author of the fastest knockout in the history of Mixed Martial Arts, since said fight only lasted three seconds. In the audiovisual he can be seen very young, but with almost the same movements that he takes advantage of now.
«10 years ago, today my fastest KO of a hit! One of the fastest knockouts in the history of professional mixed martial arts. 3 seconds. Wow! ”Was what he shared with the video that has given so much to talk about in these hours. However, many users did not miss the opportunity to remind him that he is not currently in the same physical state.
Although he still has his talent and some blows that would knock out anyone, in his last fight he was knocked out and that is why many believe that he is no longer the same Conor mcgregor of before. To do this, we will have to wait until the middle of this year to know if that is true or not. In any case, in the shared images you could already appreciate the natural talent that the European presented, supporting what would later happen.
What’s next for McGregor
After the historical UFC 257, where Dustin Poirier knocked out Conor mcgregor, the date for the next step is already there. In January of this 2021 something happened that had never happened before, seeing the Irishman lying on the canvas, almost unconscious. Therefore, both automatically agreed to carry out the trilogy. In these hours, what everyone expected was confirmed.
The fight is reserved! On July 10, you’ll see what the Mac is all about. Tighten and absolutely destroy! #BilliStrut “, was what the extraordinary Irish fighter tweeted a few days ago. After being knocked out, he had warned that he would no longer be a good boy and that he would destroy the American again in a third fight between the two. Now, the fans live a lot of anxiety.
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