ESPN “SportsCenter” just released the full fight between Conor McGregor and Donald Cerrone, which took place last month inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
I’m sure that comes as good news for all the mixed martial arts (MMA) fans who missed the UFC 246 main event, but not-so-good news for the chumps who shelled out beaucoup bucks to watch the live pay-per-view.
Not surprisingly, some folks are still claiming Cerrone’s technical knockout loss was “staged” as a way to reignite the star power of “Notorious.” Those are probably the same people who failed to read this post from the longtime “Cowboy.”
McGregor (22-4) is expected to return to the lightweight division at some point later this year, presumably against the winner of Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Tony Ferguson, who collide for “The Eagle’s” 155-pound strap this April in Brooklyn, New York.
Cerrone (36-14, 1 NC) is eying his welterweight comeback at some point in May.