UFC 202: Conor McGregor Calls Nate Diaz “One Tough Motherf*cker” After Rematch Win


MMA H.E.A.T. was backstage at the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas where UFC Featherweight Champ Conor McGregor addressed the media after defeating Nate Diaz at UFC 202. Conor talks about the 48-47, 47-47, 48-47 scores, his desire to make the trilogy fight at 155lbs, his thought process during camp and the fight, whether he’ll face Jose Aldo next at 145lbs and much more.

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171 Comments on "UFC 202: Conor McGregor Calls Nate Diaz “One Tough Motherf*cker” After Rematch Win"

  1. if conor's ever gonna go up to 170, he should do it right. Take 3-6 months to build muscle, then another 3-6 months to teach your body how to work optimally at the new weight. trying to gain weight during camp does not work. even losing a lot of weight in camp is not the way to have your best performance. really though, lets see conor make a real run in 155 and then maybe go up in a couple of years…great fight.

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