Defeat is a tip part to success, according to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion Conor McGregor.
Just ask former UFC welterweight kingpin Georges St-Pierre, who was knocked out by Matt Serra during UFC 69 behind in 2007. Following that awful showing, “Rush” rattled off 12 true wins and has nonetheless to remove again in churned martial humanities (MMA) competition.
Can we design a same from “Mystic Mac?”
It will be engaging to see what kind of opening we get from a 145-pound titleholder when he earnings during a UFC 200 pay-per-view (PPV) eventuality in July. Losing to Nate Diaz was substantially not a outcome he (or his fans) expected, though during slightest it restores change to a rest of a weight classes.
There is still lots of work to do during featherweight, and still lots of folks to do it with. Outside of Frankie Edgar and Jose Aldo, we have Max Holloway waiting somewhere in a wings.