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Complete betting odds for every potential Conor McGregor fight

Conor McGregor After-Fight Party And Wynn Nightlife Residency Debut, Encore Beach Club At Night In Wynn Las Vegas Photo by David Becker/Getty Images for Wynn Nightlife

Like it or not, we are all living in Conor McGregor’s world. After all, the UFC lightweight champion has risen to unfathomable fame in the sport of mixed martial arts before giving boxing one of its biggest paydays to date in a superfight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. this past August.

McGregor has run into some recent trouble outside of the Octagon, but remains the hottest ticket in combat sports today. Whether it’s UFC champions like Tyron Woodley and Tony Ferguson, or boxing legends like Manny Pacquiao and Oscar De La Hoya, everybody and anybody is throwing their hat into the ring for a chance at “Notorious.”

As a result of the growing line to fight McGregor, oddsmakers are already beginning to set the bar. In fact, here is a complete list of McGregor’s betting odds against all potential suitors, via Justin Hartling of

Georges St-Pierre: +130

Nate Diaz: -245

Tony Ferguson: -175

Tyron Woodley: +135

Oscar De La Hoya (boxing): +120

Paulie Malignaggi (boxing): +135

Manny Pacquiao (boxing): +420

Floyd Mayweather (boxing): +1000

Per the odds, McGregor’s two easiest fights reside in the UFC’s lightweight division against either current interim champion Tony Ferguson or nemesis Nate Diaz, who already holds a 1-1 record against “Notorious.” Outside of 155 pounds, McGregor’s odds to win go down as he’d line up a superfight against former UFC welterweight and middleweight champion Georges St-Pierre or current UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley.

If McGregor wishes to take another shot at the world of boxing, which he may very well do, his odds of winning obviously shrink. Outside of retired boxing champions Oscar De La Hoya and Paulie Malignaggi, who McGregor already tuned up in sparring, the Irishman would have his work cut out for him against legendary pugilist Manny Pacquiao and Mayweather in a potential rematch.

While these are just preliminary odds, it’s fun to predict who McGregor is going to fight next because we really don’t know. Heck, UFC doesn’t even know, and I’m willing to bet that some of McGregor’s closest friends don’t even know. For that matter, McGregor might not even know.

But if “Notorious” plans on competing outside of the UFC’s lightweight division in 2018 he’s going to have to fight against the odds.

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