Conor McGregor predicts Max Holloway vs. Dustin Poirier 2 leader for UFC 236

The halt lightweight pretension quarrel between UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway and lightweight contender Dustin Poirier after tonight (Sat., Apr 13, 2019) during UFC 236 live on ESPN+ PPV from inside State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, will be certain to constraint most courtesy from those in a 155-pound division.

Remember, Holloway is relocating adult to lightweight for a initial time in his UFC career as he tries to revenge a 2012 acquiescence detriment to Poirier.

One warrior that is already braggadocio about a categorical eventuality matchup tonight on ESPN+ PPV is nothing other than Conor McGregor, who binds victories over both “Blessed” and “Diamond” during a featherweight level. In fact, McGregor is a final warrior Holloway mislaid to before racking off 13-straight victories inside of a Octagon. As for Poirier, his 2014 TKO detriment to McGregor forced him to pierce adult to lightweight where he has incited in an considerable 8-1 (1 NC) record with 6 finishes.

McGregor, who recently announced his retirement from churned martial humanities (MMA), took to Twitter progressing currently to speak about Holloway vs. Poirier 2 and give his central prediction:

“UFC 236 TONIGHT on ESPN+. Two former opponents of cave go conduct to conduct for a second time, in what will certainly be a thriller!” wrote McGregor. “I envision another blocking feat for Dustin in a sequel. It is always sparkling to see former foes compete, and who knows, maybe destiny foes again also.”

The male famous as “Mystic Mac” is customarily good with his predictions, though he might be unaware Holloway a small bit for tonight’s rematch with Poirier. “Diamond” did finish Holloway in their prior assembly though that stays a usually time in Holloway’s career that he’s been stopped inside of a cage, that includes his assembly with McGregor himself.

The latest UFC 236 column bets have Poirier during +375 to better Holloway around strikes and +800 to finish him by approach of submission. It’s not totally out of a doubt to see Poirier continue his lightweight prevalence and send Holloway behind down to featherweight with his initial detriment in over 5 years, though there’s a reason “Blessed” has been chaste in his final 13 bouts.

McGregor’s conduct coach, John Kavanagh, understands this fibre of success and is picking Holloway to win a rematch. will broach LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of a whole UFC 236 quarrel card, starting with a Fight Pass “Prelims” matches online, that are scheduled to start during 6:15 p.m. ET, afterwards a remaining undercard change on ESPN during 8 p.m. ET, before a ESPN+ PPV categorical label start time during 10 p.m. ET.

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