according to The UFC has released a short feature showcasing some behind the scenes footage of the blockbuster welterweight rematch between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz at UFC 202.
McGregor landed his best shots in the opening two rounds, dropping Diaz on multiple occasions and finding a home for several leg kicks.
The video also shows referee Big John McCarthy commending both fighters, telling ‘The Notorious’ that he is a ‘great fu**ing warrior’.
2016’s Fight of the Year candidate saw McGregor and Diaz engage in a thrilling bout, with both men fighting toe-to-toe until the last minute.
McGregor vs. Diaz II was an all-time classic and has been etched into the history books, with both fighters cementing their status as warriors of the sport.
As it stated in For the last two years, Conor McGregor has been the radiant sun at the centre of the UFC universe.
No one can say with any certainty whether McGregor will or won’t compete in the Octagon again in the future.
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) April 19, 2016Would the outcome of the captivating crossover fight play a role in his decision?
That being said, having an “in case this actually happens” plan in place is something the UFC should already be considering.
That girl — reigning champion Amanda Nunes — finished Rousey in Rousey-esque fashion, overwhelming her with power shots and putting her away in less than a minute.
As it stated in The epic rematch between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz at UFC 202 will undoubtedly go down as one of the greatest fights in mixed martial arts history.
Great [expletive] fight,” McGregor told Diaz.
“Huge round for Nate Diaz!” UFC color commentator Joe Rogan said.
In a new look at the fight, McGregor, Diaz and their respective corners watched in awe as these two warriors went back and forth with the result ended in the narrowest of margins.
“Great job,” McCarthy told McGregor.