USA Today
When Conor McGregor stepped foot inside the UFC Octagon for the first time in 2013, the MMA world knew it had something special.
In no time flat, Conor rose the ranks and became UFC’s biggest star ever, winning his first seven fights, and winning the Featherweight and Lightweight titles.
After making history, Conor has lost two of his last four fights to Nate Diaz and Khabib Nurmagomedov.
But as he gears up to make his long-awaited return to action on Jan. 18, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada against Donald Cerrone, the old “Notorious” will show up.
That’s according to his longtime manager, Audie Attar.

“I’ve seen a level of fire that’s been reignited with him,” Audie Attar, McGregor’s manager, told the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong.

“And I think that it’s no secret in terms of how successful he’s been. We’ve done things that nobody ever thought we could do, from the Floyd Mayweather fight to the type of contracts that he’s been able to earn. We’re very proud of that. Those don’t come easy.”

“And the one thing that’s exciting for me is to see he’s refocused, and we all need that in life.”


“I’m just so excited because I haven’t seen this in a couple of years and I’m telling people just sit back and you’ll see a performance of an old Conor,” he said.

“And I really believe that, because I believe that work’s being put in, and you can’t fake that.”

It would be nice to see the old Conor in there, as he has a lot riding on this fight.

While back-to-back losses won’t break his career, it will take a bit hit, especially if he wants to fight for the Lightweight title next.

That said, if he do get the old Conor in just three short weeks, the world will be treated to one hell of a fight!

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