BT Sport Are Showing An Ultimate Four-Hour Conor McGregor Marathon
All 12 of Conor McGregor's UFC fights will be shown back-to-back over four hours during a marathon on BT Sports on Monday night.
Ever since being signed by UFC in February 2013 McGregor has been the man to watch with a series of exciting fights and dramatic build ups outside of the octagon.
With no guarantee when he'll next be in action BT are going to give us all the Notorious we can handle with every one of his UFC fights being shown, all finishing around midnight.
Brimage :white_check_mark:- UFC on BT Sport (@btsportufc) April 3, 2020
Diaz I :white_check_mark:
Diaz II :white_check_mark:
Every single fight, back to back :raised_hands:
Conor McGregor Day ' Monday, April 6th ' BT Sport 3 HD pic.twitter.com/oE36YU4bFY
The Irishman made his debut in the promotion against Marcus Brimage in Sweden and secured his first victory in just 1 minute and seven seconds.
He took on Max Holloway next to take his record to 2-0 in the company, and 14-2 overall, as he was taken the distance but won with a unanimous decision.
Diego Brandao was the third fight and a return to Ireland for McGregor, who again finished the fight inside the first round.
UFC 178 saw his first non fight night as the former Cage Warriors two weight champion beat Dustin Poirier before securing his third fight of the night performance in a row against Dennis Siver.
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Next McGregor was supposed to fight for the featherweight title against Jose Aldo but the Brazilian's injury meant instead the interim title against Chad Mendes was on the line instead.
When he did get his hands on Aldo it was a build up of epic proportions but the fight lasted just 13 seconds, as McGregor captured his first UFC title.
Back to back instant classics against Nate Diaz followed, including McGregor's first loss in UFC. Then came his second title as he beat Eddie Alvarez to become lightweight champion, and become the first dual weight champ in UFC history.
After a break, to face Floyd Mayweather in his first professional boxing fight, he returned to MMA to face long time rival Khabib Nurmagomedov and was handed his second loss in UFC.
Finally the fight with Donald Cerrone, from earlier this year, will start before midnight but such was the speed of his latest win the whole thing will be over before Monday turns to Tuesday.
What a way to spend your Monday night, you've got nowhere to rush out to after all.