Saturday February 22, 2020

Emmet Ryan: 'Whatever the result, the odds are in McGregor’s favour'

Only an embarrassing defeat can hurt 'The Notorious' in Madison Square Garden tomorrow

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

11th November, 2016
McGregor and Alvarez face-off as UFC president Dana White breaks them up at Madison Square Garden

The schadenfreude on Sunday morning, should he lose to Eddie Alvarez, will top even that when the Lisbon Web Summit had wifi issues.

The more his critics detract from him, the greater his own support becomes.

There are even more who want him to win.

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