Unbeaten in his first 7 appearances in UFC, Conor McGregor took a barely much less superb slope in his final fights. This doesn't forestall him from posting a hallucinating mark, finest within the all-time league!
His nickname nonetheless sticks to him as a lot, regardless of an more and more declining ranking on the circuit. Conor McGregor certainly retains an immaculate notoriety amongst UFC followers, with out instigating the identical worry amongst his opponents as a couple of years in the past. The fault of three defeats conceded on his final 6 appearances within the cage.
Aware of this lack of fame, The Notorious will attempt to wash away his final affront this Sunday, July 11, on the event of UFC 264. For the great face of Dustin Poirier, the Irish fighter returns to his good previous habits, with spicy trash-talking on the networks. He may also depend on the numbers, an ultra-prestigious one in every of which merely locations him on the prime of the league's historic meals scale!
The common UFC fighter has recorded 1 knockdown for each 48 minutes and 29 seconds within the octagon.
Conor McGregor has averaged 1 knockdown each 8 minutes, 16 seconds.
– MMA By The Numbers (@NumbersMMA) July 5, 2021
The lambda UFC fighter knocks down each 48 minutes and 29 seconds spent within the octagon. Conor McGregor runs to a knockdown each 8 minutes and 16 seconds. This is the record for velocity when it comes to efficiency within the historical past of the UFC (minimal 10 fights performed).
Not the kind to attend for the judges' determination to safe his victories, McGregor is extra used to utilizing his explosiveness and his energy to beat his rivals. Evidenced by this statistic, which sees him carry down his opponents at a frantic tempo, by no means equaled or surpassed previously.
His mark may nonetheless be shortly erased by a sure… Francis Ngannou, 4th within the standings with a tempo of 9 minutes and 9 seconds. His two different pursuers, Pat Barry (8 minutes, 39 seconds) and Anthony Johnson (9 minutes, 1 second), retired or moved to a different league, shouldn't fear him.
A giant fan of knock-downs, Conor McGregor even locations himself because the fiercest fighter within the subject… in UFC historical past. Not unhealthy for an “overwhelmed” fighter.