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CONOR McGregor made history at UFC 205

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CONOR McGregor made history

CONOR McGregor made history by knocking out Eddie Alvarez  to clinch the lightweight title & hold two UFC championship belt at the same time.

He became the first fighter in the sports history to have two UFC Champioship belt at the same time. He discomfited Eddie Alvarez in round 2 by knocking him & winning the title.

Watch the knock out punch by CONOR :

In the main event, he  looked to add yet another historic achievement to his legacy as he attempted to become the first ever man to hold two UFC titles at the same time.

After history was made him, twitter was flooded with the celebrities by showing love towards CONOR.

Conor McGregor makes history
Conor McGregor makes history


Conor McGregor's hold's two UFC Championship belt at the same time
McGregor’s hold’s two UFC Championship belt at the same time

This was the first UFC fight which turned into historic one after the state made it legalized in New York city.

McGregor’s popularity is unsurpassed in the sport. The fans at the Garden roared every time he appeared in a promo on the big screen. But those cheers were dwarfed by the sound that emerged when the man himself appeared in the flesh.

McGregor reminds everyone of great young Muhammad Ali. Crowd was chanting “CONOR” when stepped into the ring. He had good fan following present in the stadium which was the winning spirit for him.

Conor never allowed Eddie Alvarez to take the match from him. Eddie Alvarez fall on the ground for three times in round. In round 2 he was discomfited with a KO.


Vishal Agrawal
I'm Vishal Agrawal from Mumbai. I work with the 120 Media Collective as an associate in SEO & also handle ORM for Taj Gateway Hotel Brand. My hobbies are to play all kind of sports whenever I get the opportunities to explore it.

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