UFC 194 fight Live Stream Las Vegas Watch MMA Fight 2015 !!How to Free Aldo vs McGregor Live stream, Tickets, TV Coverage, Fight Date, UFC Live Broadcast Fight pass & Ufc 194 PPV Info.. card, UFC Fight Night 74 preview and more UFC 194’s fight card fills out and now features Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor, Chris Weidman vs. Luke Rockhold plus Yoel Romero vs. Jacare Souza. We’ll break In 2006, at the age of 17, McGregor moved with his family to the South Dublin suburb of Lucan where he commenced a plumbing apprenticeship. He would catch two buses to the Crumlin Boxing Club each week and continued to box. While in Lucan, he began sparring with future UFC fighter Tom Egan who taught McGregor how to grapple and ignited his passion for mixed martial arts. He despised his plumbing experience and quit after one year to take combat sports more seriously.
Mixed martial arts career
On 17 February 2007, at the age of 18, McGregor made his mixed martial arts debut in an amateur fight against Ciaran Campbell for the Irish Ring of Truth promotion in Dublin. He was victorious via TKO in the first round. Following the fight, he turned professional and was signed by the Irish Cage of Truth promotion. In 2008, he began training at the Straight Blast Gym in Dublin under John Kavanagh.
Early professional career
On 9 March 2008, aged 19, McGregor made his professional MMA debut at Cage of Truth 2, defeating Gary Morris by second round TKO. Beginning in 2011, McGregor started an undefeated streak of 14 wins, consisting of one judges’ decision, one submission and twelve knockouts/technical knockouts (nine occurring in the first round). During this period McGregor produced one of the fastest recorded knockouts in MMA ending a fight in 4 seconds at Immortal Fighting Championship in Letterkenny, Ireland. In 2012, McGregor won both the CWFC Featherweight and Lightweight titles, making him the first Irish professional MMA fighter to hold titles in three divisions at the same time. UFC President Dana White traveled to Dublin in early February 2013 to receive a Gold Medal of Honorary Patronage from Trinity College’s Philosophical Society and was inundated with requests to sign McGregor. The two later met in Dublin and White was so impressed with what he saw that he contacted UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta and they subsequently offered McGregor a UFC contract days later.
Ultimate Fighting Championship
In February 2013, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) announced that they had signed McGregor to a multi-fight contract. In joining, McGregor became only the second ever fighter from the Republic of Ireland to compete for the company, following fellow SBG fighter Tom Egan. On 6 April 2013, McGregor made his UFC debut against Marcus Brimage on the preliminary card of UFC on Fuel TV: Mousasi vs. Latifi. He was successful in his first bout, winning via TKO just over a minute into the first round. The win also earned McGregor his first Knockout of the Night award.
McGregor was expected to face Andy Ogle on 17 August 2013 at UFC Fight Night 26However, Ogle pulled out of the bout citing an injury and was replaced by Max Holloway.McGregor won the fight by unanimous decision. Following the bout with Holloway, an MRI scan revealed that McGregor had torn his ACL during the bout and would require surgery, keeping him out of action for up to ten months
In March 2014, the events surrounding McGregor’s fight with Holloway were the main focus of a documentary by Motive Television and SevereMMA.com for Raidió Teilifís Éireann. McGregor was expected to face Cole Miller on 19 July 2014 at UFC Fight Night 46. However, Miller pulled out of the bout citing a thumb injury and was replaced by Diego Brandão. McGregor won the fight via TKO in the first round. The win earned McGregor his first Performance of the Night bonus award.
McGregor faced Dustin Poirier on 27 September 2014 at UFC 178. After a build-up filled with argument and hostility between the two, McGregor won the fight via first round TKO, making him the first man to finish Poirier via KO/TKO in a fight. The win earned McGregor his second straight Performance of the Night bonus award.
McGregor faced Dennis Siver on 18 January 2015 at UFC Fight Night 59. McGregor dominated his opponent, winning the one sided fight via TKO in the second round. The win also earned McGregor his third straight Performance of the Night bonus award. After the fight, McGregor jumped over the cage and confronted the UFC Featherweight Champion José Aldo.
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