The Irish professional mixed martial artist, Conor McGregor, is one of the most renowned names in UFC history. People around the world who haven’t watched a UFC fight, are familiar with his name and know he is one of the best fighters in the UFC. Well, his last fight in the UFC ring came in 2021, when he lost to Dustin Poirier, and his last win was in 2020, against Donald Cerrone.
Recently, someone tweeted on the X app tagging McGregor and asking him whether he would fight in the upcoming UFC event, and here is what he answered.
In! This clearly means he will be having a match card in the UFC 300 event or maybe in an upcoming UFC event.
So far in the UFC, Conor McGregor has fought a total of 14 fights and won 10 of them. In this run, he had a seven-match unbeaten streak and also won two championships in different divisions.
He won the UFC featherweight championship by defeating Jose Aldo, and later he also won the UFC lightweight championship by defeating Eddie Alvarez. Most importantly, he was the featherweight champion, and after winning the lightweight championship, he became the first-ever double champion in UFC history.
His fight against Jose Aldo still remains one of the best fights in UFC history, as he knocked him out in just 13 seconds of the fight. Can he pull off the same performance if he fights in an upcoming UFC event? Only time will let us know. Till then, let’s have a look at some of his records and achievements in the UFC.
Records and Achievements
- 10-4-0 record in the UFC ring
- 8 Out of his 10 wins in the UFC have come by knockouts
- Former UFC Featherweight Champion and UFC Lightweight Champion
- First ever double champion in UFC history
- Fastest win in a UFC championship fight (13 seconds)
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- Full name: Conor Anthony McGregor
- Date of birth: July 14, 1988
- Age: 35 years old
- Nationality: Irish
- Nickname: Notorious
- Height: 5 feet 9 inches (175 cm)
- Weight: 156 lbs (71 kg)
- Reach: 74 inches (188 cm)
- Years active: 2008–present