UFC interim featherweight champion Conor McGregor is a man who knows how to talk. He sells fights better than most and then delivers in the octagon, a pretty rare combination.
The Irishman seems to never take a day off and is back at it, promoting his title unification fight with Jose Aldo, this time scheduled for UFC 194.
The two were of course schedule to fight at UFC 189, before Aldo pulled out two weeks out with a rib injury. McGregor fought Chad Mendes and defeated him to earn the interim title and now we’re back as square one.
At a recent media event in LA, McGregor used UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey’s new catchphrase to slam Aldo, calling him a ‘do nothing b*tch.’
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“Before me, there was no main event featherweight fight. No featherweights would fight in the main event unless the world title was at stake. And even then, because Jose is a ‘do-nothing b—-‘ as Ronda would say, he fights very little, it was maybe one or two. Now since I burst on the scene, there are eight, nine, 10 featherweight main events.”
Are you guys excited for this fight or is the fact that its been promoted so much staring to grow old?
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