There's really nothing anyone can say about Conor McGregor now. The new two-divisional Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) titleholder has etched himself in mixed martial arts (MMA) history, finishing Eddie Alvarez via second-round TKO (watch here) last night (Sat., Nov. 12, 2016) at UFC 205 live on pay-per-view from Madison Square Garden in New York City, N.Y., to capture the lightweight championship.
"Where the f**k is my second belt?" said McGregor to Joe Rogan during the post-fight interview (shown above). "I've already got this one. Where's the second one at? Cheap motherf**kers. $4.2 billion this company was sold for. Where's that second belt. Go backstage and grab that f**king belt somewhere."
According to welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, who spoke with the media during UFC 205's post-fight press conference (watch here), UFC officials borrowed his belt to hand to McGregor. McGregor would eventually settle down during the interview and discuss the events of the fight, stating that to be successful against him an opponent needs size, reach, length and some decisive attribute. Alvarez was supposed to possess some of those fighting skills, but was unable to land much of anything at UFC 205.
McGregor will take this victory and move further into the MMA stratosphere.
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