On Saturday night, between boxing at the MGM Grand Las Vegas and UFC Brooklyn, fight fans had a tough choice to make. For Conor McGregor, it was the first fight card broadcast on ESPN that obviously set the tone for the evening. While the Notorious distinguished himself by agreeing to fight Donald Cerrone as a kind of reward for his win over Hernandez, he also spoke about the main event between TJ Dillashaw and Henry Cejudo.
With a touch of irony, he congratulated the two fighters before reminding everyone that he still held some great records in the sport: ‘Unlucky T.J on your attempt at Champ Champ™️ status. Respect for your weight cut. I have been there and it is not easy. Unlucky Henry on your attempt at fastest K.O in a UFC title fight. I have been there, and I still am. Congrats on the win. Yours truly, The O.G Champ Champ.’
Conor McGregor still holds the fastest KO record in a title fight at the UFC. This record was set in the main event at UFC 194 against José Aldo. On this occasion, the Irishman distinguished himself by finishing off the Brazilian in just 13 seconds. A second less than Ronda Rousey's submission against Cat Zingano.
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