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Watch: Conor McGregor Says He Would Kill The Version Of Himself Who Debuted In The UFC

Conor McGregor made his UFC debut in April of 2013 in Stockholm against Marcus Brimage.

The ‘Notorious’ SBG man finished the fight in emphatic fashion in the very first round with the contest lasting just 1 minute and 7 seconds in total.

Commenting on the bout for Fox Sports back in 2015, McGregor explained how his game is constantly evolving, stating that he looks at old versions of himself as easily finishable.

‘Funnily enough, looking back at these old fights, every fight I think; ‘I’d kill that guy now. I’d kill the guy that killed that guy…’

‘That was the beginning of me taking over. It’s a beautiful thing. I’m rich. I’m rich now.’

Conor McGregor has not set foot in the octagon since November of last year when he finished the then lightweight champion, Eddie Alvarez, in equally impressive fashion at UFC 205.

However, at this moment in time, it seems as if the Irishman is entirely focused on a boxing bout for his next contest with Dana White stating this week that he hopes to conclude negotiations for a Floyd Mayweather bout sooner rather than later.

In the meantime, you can get you McGregor fix with this excellent video on his UFC debut below.

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Author: The PA Team

This article was written by a member of The PA Team.