Conor McGregor made his UFC debut in 2014 by knocking out Marcus Brimmage in the very first round.
A few months later, “Notorious” took on a man who would eventually go on to become one of the best UFC has to offer and Featherweight champion.
Indeed, “Notorious” squared off against Max Holloway at UFC Fight Night 26 in August of 2013.
Little did we know that McGregor would knock out Aldo two years later in just 13 seconds to begin his historic run inside the Octagon as a double champion.
UFC opened up its video vault to celebrate Conor’s win over HOlloway, which went down seven years ago this month.