Conor McGregor once again made history in mixed martial arts.
Indeed, Conor knocked out Donald Cerrone in just 40 seconds at UFC 246, becoming the fastest man to stop “Cowboy” in a fight.
But the real impressive record was Conor becoming the first and only man to score a knockout or technical knockout win at Featherweight, Lightweight and Welterweight in the UFC cage.
McGregor, we know, has several KO wins at 145 pounds, where he won the Featherweight title with a 13-second KO win over Jose Aldo.
At Lightweight, Conor knocked out Eddie Alvarez to win the 155-pound strap at UFC 205, setting another record by becoming the firts ever UFC champ-champ.
And with his TKO win via strikes over Cerrone, Conor once again etched his name ino the record books.
It’s the stuff legends are made of.
Now, Conor has his sights set on bigger fights in 2020.
And who knows, Conor may make history by accomplishing something that will trump his previous records, and that’s winning the welterweight title.
If he does that, he will be the first ever triple division champion in MMA, ever.
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