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Conor McGregor Speaks On His Goals In MMA

Andrew Ravens

Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor (14-2 MMA, 2-0 UFC) was suppose to fight Cole Miller (21-8 MMA, 10-6 UFC), but as noted earlier on the site will now fight Diego Brandao (18-9 MMA, 4-2 UFC) at UFC Fight Night 46.

What’s His Goals In MMA? “From the day I signed last year, my eyes have been on the goal. Anyone that is in my way is in the firing line. I’m doing it the right way. So many [of these guys] have no aspirations to win the UFC belt. They shouldn’t be there. Cole [Miller] I believe he is one of them. What’s his aspiration? Have you heard Cole once mention the belt? I’m out here working to become the greatest. That is my goal. I’m looking to go down as the greatest of all time. Hall of Fame history-maker.”

Conor McGregor tries to continue his ten fight winning streak and get that very elusive 11 fight win streak against Cole Miller. In his last four fights this is how his history goes. He beat Dave Hill via rear naked choke back in June of 2012 to win the vacant Cage Warriors FC Featherweight Championship.

UFC Fight Night 46 goes down on July 19 at the O2 in Dublin, Ireland. This show is expected to air on the UFC Fight Pass.


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