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Conor McGregor Takes On UFC: 'This is What I'm Owed Now. Pay Me'

Two-division UFC champion Conor McGregor ran through the featherweight division to capture the 145-pound title by knocking out the legendary Jose Aldo in 13 seconds at UFC 194 in December 2015. During his journey from poverty in Ireland to the top of combat sports, McGregor amassed an enormous fan base.

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HippieRays408d ago

I love McGregor and I'm normally the first to back him up, but he signed a contract to fight for x amount of dollars. That's how he got to where he is and needs to respect that

Mcgregornador408d ago

Can't blame him for wanting more, I believe he had a large part to do with the growing interest of UFC. That doesn't mean they're going to give it to him tho

Tatertot408d ago

He might want more, but he will have to go elsewhere to get it. UFC wont pay him anymore than they are now, everyone wants more

ColdCanadian01408d ago

If he leaves the UFC though, who are they left with? They're milking the return of GSP because they have no stars left without McGregor and Rousey