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The only thing that could be even more interesting than what could unfold at the UFC 198 pay-per-view at Madison Square Garden in New York, New York, are the questions surrounding Conor McGregor ‘s upcoming title defense against Jose Aldo at UFC 200.
McGregor, a featherweight who was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland, has been embroiled in a media circus since arriving in the UFC in 2012.
But many questions will be asked about his motivation for this fight at UFC 200. The Irishman is set to defend (and perhaps defend against) the interim featherweight title he stole from Jose Aldo at UFC 162 in July, at that point the current featherweight champion was the only remaining unbeaten champion in the division, Chad Mendes.
If you’re expecting a long, drawn out, frustrating title defense from McGregor against the winner of that fight, that’s what you’re likely getting as well. But if you think that won’t happen, that Aldo would never get tired or hurt, that he would win without a dropout, and that he could make it look easy, I will disagree strongly.
I have never understood McGregor. In the world of mixed martial arts, as a whole, he’s simply not the guy you want to have on your team. That doesn’t mean he will never be a winner. Even if he never fights for a title, his ability to find ways to defeat his opponents will be immense and invaluable.
But I’ve come to the conclusion that this is a fight that needs to happen on Jan. 3, 2017. This is the only way McGregor can truly show to the entire world that he deserves his spot atop the world of mixed martial arts.
McGregor has the opportunity to become the first and only world champion in UFC history. I see this as his most realistic shot at earning that title.
McGregor will fight at least three times this year, two of them against lightweight contenders: Vitor Belfort in August, and Eddie Alvarez this December. His only other bout of note will be a headliner at UFC 202 against Nate Diaz on Dec. 28.
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