Conor McGregor Vows to Declare All-Time UFC Knockout Document

Over the weekend, Matt Brown secured a first-round knockout towards Courtroom McGee at 42 years of age. Along with his newest end, Brown is now tied with Derrick Lewis for the UFC file of most knockouts of all time.

As Brown pledged to proceed his profession within the octagon, Conor McGregor took the time to chime in on Twitter saying, “Matt Brown, at 42 years of age, now holds the joint highest KO’s contained in the UFC with 13KO’s. Him and “The Beast” Lewis are tied. I maintain 8 KO’s contained in the UFC presently, at 34 years of age. I’m getting this file.” Brown responded to Mcgregor’s feedback by wishing him Pleased Mom’s Day and difficult him to a bout. He additionally comically challenged the 265-pound heavyweight Derrick Lewis for the file.

McGregor had seven of his eight knockouts throughout his first 4 years within the UFC (2013-16), along with his solely different KO coming in 2020 in a bout towards Donald Cerrone. After a devastating leg harm in his trilogy battle towards Dustin Poirier, it was unsure whether or not he would ever return. Nevertheless, as talked about as a part of his upcoming Netflix docuseries and The Final Fighter promos, McGregor is seeking to reclaim his spot on the prime of the division, starting with a bout towards Michael Chandler. Time will inform whether or not McGregor can return to his former glory.

In different information, Ja Morant has been suspended once more for waving a gun on Instagram.

Originally posted 2023-05-15 09:08:58.