UFC 246 Results: Connor McGregor’s Victory of Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone made some special history


Conor McGregor’s struggle against Donald”Cowboy” Cerrone could have Lasted under a moment, but it indeed produced history. Following the Battle supposed that he becomes the primary fighter to acquire a knockout victory himself noticed.

“I made history tonight,” McGregor said, according to the New York Post. “I am the first fighter to secure success at featherweight, lightweight and welterweight. Donald holds the record for head-kick knockouts and also to down him with a head kick, and I am quite satisfied.”


Before their match-up, throughout the UFC 246 media Convention, McGregor and Cerrone had nothing but respectful things to say about another, per ESPN.

“It is hard to not honour Donald right now in this stage,” McGregor said. “He’s my admiration. And although there’ll be blood flow on Jan. 18, it won’t be blood. And for your Mystic Mac forecast, it’ll be a KO.”

“He did whatever he explained He had been gonna perform, did not he?” Cerrone said. “Any feelings? Yeah, he’s f–ing great guy, and I am honoured to discuss the thing .”

McGregor’s History-making triumph against Cerrone came through his grand return to the ring following a 15-month-long hiatus. The UFC fighter formerly declared he would be returning to his UFC origins back in October, per Sports Illustrated.

“Is my comeback struggle. It’s 12 months this Saturday. I’m in prime condition. I’ve agreed that the date with the firm,” he explained at the moment, before showing that he knew who his opponent was likely to be, but he would not publish the name just yet. “When I was to provide folks with the title, which I’d like to perform, I understand the UFC would reverse it since they’re a crafty firm.”

The contentious fighter He lost the struggle, although most recently confronted from Khabib Nurmagomedov in October 2018. After his face-off from Nurmagomedov (and observing a post-fight brawl), McGregor was prohibited by the UFC for six months and ordered to pay a $50,000 fine for his participation in the post-fight altercation, as Sports Illustrated additionally noted.

When asked about who he’d like to face McGregor said he would love to Battle with the winner of the Nov. 3 battle between Jorge and Nate Diaz Masvidal (Masvidal won) and Nurmagomedov or Tony Ferguson. But, In facing off from anybody, he voiced an interest.