Reaching for the stars in the Ultimate Fighting Championship

Conor McGregor may be reaching for the stars in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, but his antics and crude trash-talking demean his talents

25th January, 2015
Ewan MacKenna.

You didn’t recognise the man who, for a few moments last weekend, orchestrated the crowd noise in Boston with each brutal punch as if he were a conductor. You remembered the face from hooking up a couple of years ago and understood the talent on show due to determined and knowledgeable words when you’d met. Only it wasn’t the same Conor McGregor you’d spent time with.


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