“It’s the greatest fight I’ve ever been to. It’s the greatest sporting event I’ve ever been to in my life. It was insane.”
“It’s funny because people always talk about hype trains, but people love the kid (McGregor). He’s exciting to watch, he’s exciting to listen to, and people love it. He just broke into the top 10 and now we’ll see. If he has a great performance against Poirier, who knows where he could go in the rankings.
“It’s a tough fight. I have a lot of respect for Dustin Poirier, he’s a tough kid. It’s a big fight, Dustin has a lot of UFC experience, and we’ll see what happens.”
Leave it to Conor McGregor and Countrymen to impress the UFC boss so much that he concedes the event as the greatest of all time.
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