Conor McGregor from 2008 – 2017
You’ve come along way baby, it was a classic album released back in 1998 by Fatboy Slim. And it’s a title so fitting to the story of one Conor McGregor, right down to a T. Ten years on in 2008 the Dubliner was beginning his journey as a professional mixed martial artist in Ireland. It was a time when the sport was all but unknown, except to a few hardcore trainspotters. Who followed the shows and careers of the homegrown Irish talent.
From the local town halls to the lofty heights of Madison Square Garden in NYC. It’s been an epic journey for a guy who could have just as easily ended up fitting your kitchen sink. As opposed to fighting on the biggest stage in the World.
Evolution of The Notorious Conor McGregor
The evolution of Conor McGregor brings us on a journey from his first Irish interview. Through his first fight for the world-famous Ultimate Fighting Championships promotion. Conor predicted he would be 2-time UFC world champion as far back as 2008.
And it’s a belief that has carried him right through to meet that same goal 8 years later. When he defeated Eddie Alvarez to capture his second belt in the Lightweight division. Making him the only fighter in the history of the UFC to holds two belts consecutively.
He is now stepping into the ring against undefeated 49-0 Boxing Legend Floyd Mayweather on August 26th and recently completed the 4 dates of the Mayweather McGregor World Tour.
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