Committed McGregor Fighting For Something Different

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He’s got a willing dance partner in Cerrone, the man who put “Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere” on the map in the UFC. There will not likely be a wrestling match breaking out at T-Mobile Arena this weekend, and that’s just what McGregor wants – a fist fight unencumbered by such matters as a weight cut to 155 pounds, hence the bout taking place at welterweight.

“I’ve been out just over a year,” he explains. “I wanted to focus on my training and my preparation, no weight cut. I’ll use this now as a springboard to carry on through the year.”

And if he gets his wish to stay busy, what a year it could turn out to be.

“I was fighting for a better life,” McGregor said. “Now I’m fighting for the love.”

But first, Cowboy, and Mystic Mac keeps his prediction simple.

“This will be a flawless performance.”

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