It was a great fight and the fans of both UFC and McGregor were very happy that they can see their favorite star live in action. Aldo vs McGregor was nothing like anybody expected it to be, as McGregor walked away with the victory at the end. The match started quickly as both fighters landed strong blows which made them both wobble for a moment as if they were dazed.
Who won Aldo vs McGregor?
Conor McGregor won the match against Jose Aldo by TKO.
At first, he gave Aldo a serious head injury by landing 4 punches, but after that Aldo made an attempt to come forward and retaliate with his own blows; however, McGregor landed another punch on him which dropped Aldo straight down to the mat. The result of this fight is what everybody expected it would be like if these two were ever to fight each other in real life. McGregor has achieved something big for himself as well as for UFC because now everyone knows who he is; not only does he have fans, but also haters now.
Aldo vs. McGregor: A tale of two fighters
Conor McGregor won this fight by TKO (knockout) when he landed several heavy blows onto Aldo’s face and after four attempts at knocking him out, the referee stopped the match. Aldo had never even been knocked down during his career but McGregor was too much for him to handle. At the start of the fight, things didn’t look so bad for Aldo as he looked like he was going to pull off a win-by decision after what seemed like an easy first round.
However, with just seconds left in the second round, McGregor got Aldo into a clinch and that’s where he landed several shots at his face before knocking him out for good. To most people’s surprise, McGregor wasn’t able to knock out Aldo with his powerful strikes early on which surprised them all.
However later on in the match, it became clear why McGregor couldn’t knock him out earlier as Aldo started tiring very quickly, and within seconds, McGregor got him into a clinch.
McGregor landed several blows to Aldo’s face and the referee took notice of it but he didn’t stop the fight yet. After four attempts at knocking him out, the referee knew that Aldo was no match for McGregor anymore so he called off the match.
It is still unclear what happened with Aldo after this loss as there are rumors about his coach checking on him quickly before he left the octagon without talking to anybody else.
McGregor’s $500,000 paycheck
Mcgregor’s win will see him earn a large payout of $500,000 as he was the UFC Fight Night main event and received the same amount as the previous winners did. His opponent, José Aldo, who has now lost twice to McGregor in 9 months, is expected to make half of that which is only $250,000. This does not include any bonuses they may both receive after their performance.
Conor McGregor is a mixed martial artist who has fought in the UFC, Bellator MMA, and Cage Warriors.
He is the current UFC Featherweight Champion and former Cage Warriors Featherweight and Lightweight champion. McGregor started his professional career in 2008 and by 2010 he had earned both the CWFC Featherweight and Lightweight championships.
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He has been called “the biggest star in MMA history” as well as one of the most creative fighters ever, as demonstrated by his three knockouts and two submissions which won him 17 consecutive fights before facing José Aldo for the featherweight championship belt. McGregor currently holds an undefeated 19-0 record.
He’s known for his long-range striking skills and ability to knock opponents out with one punch.
He’s also got extremely fast movement despite being so heavy which allows him to dodge punches with ease.
McGregor’s Historic Win
McGregor is now the first fighter in UFC history to hold titles in two weight divisions simultaneously. He has said that he plans on staying with the featherweight division until he feels that “No one can come close to me or be on my level”. McGregor will have his next match at UFC 200 against Nate Diaz, an MMA fighter who was also involved in their last match.
UFC 194 Main Event: Conor McGregor vs José Aldo took place on December 12th, 2015 at MGM Grand Garden Arena Las Vegas Nevada united states. After McGregor’s exciting victory at UFC 194, he is now the new Featherweight Champion.
McGregor is only 26 years old and he has now become the first Irish person to win a world championship title in the UFC. He is looking forward to his next match as he will no doubt be defending his title soon, but for now, it’s time to celebrate with friends and family!