The Irish superstar has a chance to achieve his goal of becoming a two-weight UFC world champion when he challenges UFC lightweight champ Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205. If “The Notorious” finds success against Alvarez on November 12, McGregor will be the first fighter in UFC history to hold two division’s titles simultaneously.
On Monday, McGregor released the first segment of his “This is The Mac Life” UFC 205 series.
We see “The Notorious” sparring at SBG and get a glimpse of the life of the Irish superstar outside of training.
While UFC President Dana White has made it clear that if “The Notorious” beats Alvarez and captures the lightweight title, he will have to decide on which one he would like to hold on to and defend and which to vacate.
However, before the talks of stripping any belts from the Irish champion advance, McGregor has requested to halt the thoughts of stripping him of any titles before he even gets it.
“Let me see the pictures on publications with a belt on each shoulder first,”he said toSports Illustrated in an interview by phone. “Let me go onto the side of that Octagon and raise two world titles, what’s never been done before, before talking about stripping me. Let me get the f—— things, let me do it.”
Will Conor McGregor make history and take the UFC lightweight title from Eddie Alvarez on November 12 at UFC 205 taking place at the Madison Square Garden? We know how Eddie Alvarez feels about the matchup.
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