Before returning information to the ring, looking back at the weight change process made Conor McGregor become the most interesting boxer in MMA village. Referring to Conor McGregor, one can talk about an extravagant puncher, excellent standing ability, the richest boxer in the MMA world.
In addition to those impressions, Conor has also been known to have competed in the most UFC weight divisions in recent years UFC, making him even more special with the impression of a conqueror in the eyes of the audience.
The Notorious always reminds the audience of a martial artist who loves to conquer. Since joining the planet’s biggest MMA tournament in 2014, the Irish puncher has been in three official weight categories: Featherweight – Lightweight and Welterweight, in addition to 3 hits in catchweight matches. on the UFC and Boxing floor.
UFC 194: Farewell to the 145lbs class
UFC 194: Conor McGregor vs. Jose Aldo, this is Conor’s first official enthronement with a historic 13-second knockout against a Brazilian monument, winning the Featherweight championship. However, the last match of 2015 was also the last time he played in this UFC weight division, ending a series of 6 wins at Featherweight UFC.
UFC 196 / UFC 202: Revenge Diaz at 168lbs
At UFC 196, Conor challenged the lightweight champion (155lbs) Rafael Dos Anjos at the time. However, injury caused Dos Anjos to retreat, which forced the UFC to find Nate Diaz as an urgent alternative. The problem is that in the short term, Nate can’t cut weight in time and only accepts the match in the mid-tier.
At this point, Conor did not hesitate to respond when he paused the weight loss and increased the weight again, reaching a maximum of 168lbs. However, this had a great impact on his fitness and indirectly contributed to his first defeat at the UFC.
At UFC 196, for the first time, the Irish puncher had to change his weight loss plan. After a few months, with determination to regain revenge, Conor asked to re-fight Nate with the same old weight.
Back at the UFC, the Irish puncher has shown class in tactics, physical distribution, and good response to Nate Diaz’s annoying fighting style. Turn UFC 202 into a revenge show and one of the most attractive – most satisfying battles in tournament history.