UFC 205: Launched and won the light belt 155lbs
At UFC 205 after finishing the rematch Nate Diaz, Conor officially launched the light-weight 155lbs with an unfinished goal from UFC 196. At this event, the audience saw the most “fit” Conor from the time they got on the scale to the stage. Not a bit of fat, no water cutting, no need to gain too much muscle, most people consider lightweight to be the best weight for you.
UFC 205 witnessed the perfect Conor at 155lbs
Defeating Eddie Alvarez from the second half, Conor McGregor officially wrote a new history as the first two-weighted champion in the UFC, opening the “Superfight” movement later.
Reaching the peak at the UFC was also when Conor made a walk through the Boxing floor, where he also took the stage with Floyd Mayweather at 154lbs, equivalent to his weight when ascending the throne.
UFC 229: The Great War 155lbs
With the noise created with Khabib, Conor continued to have the opportunity to compete with the defending champion after more than 1 year of absence. Although he returned to the forte level, both Conor’s body and ability to perform against Khabib were not equal to the previous match with Eddie Alvarez.
UFC 246: The first time reached 170lbs
Although at UFC 196 and UFC 202, Conor played as a Welterweight semi-mid-tier match, however, until UFC 246 met Donald Cerrone in early 2020, he officially reached 170lbs. This is also the time when the audience witnessed a massive Conor McGregor ever when stepping on the scale.
The audience will witness the third time Conor is present in this UFC weight division, however, the audience once again doubts that weight loss affects his ability to play. Because in the photos shared recently, the Irish puncher is still very muscular and has no signs of weight loss.
When Khabib announced his retirement, the Irish superstar is still considered to be able to dominate the lightest rank among the top fists. This is also the premise that brought him back to the glorious period when he was crowned four years ago, continuing with the blockbuster matches with other opponents.