Conor McGregor Discusses Jose Aldo and UFC 194
Before jetting off to Las Vegas and his date with destiny. Interim UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor spoke with MMAnytt about his meteoric rise. From sitting in their studio just two years ago to now fighting for the title. He breaks down his upcoming title bout against the current champion Jose Aldo Junior, which takes place at UFC 194. And he gives us his views on what he believes is the current mental state of the Brazilian champ.
Following on from his recent win over Chad Mendes at UFC 189. McGregor has been eager to get back inside the cage and contend for the title against one of the longest-reigning champions in MMA history. And the Irishman is keen to show the world that his career to date has not been a fluke. Entering the UFC as a double weight world champion with Cage Warriors, a UK based MMA promotion.
Now as he heads into this next matchup against Aldo, he truly believes it is his time to reign supreme. And the interim champion believes that he has the champion under mental pressure. Going on to say that right now Jose is scared stiff for their upcoming bout. Will the champion show up and be in the right frame of mind come fight night or wilt under the mental and physical pressure McGregor is known for implementing.
He goes on to add that he just hope Jose manages to make it to the fight and not get injured again. With revenue for the fight estimated to be somewhere in the 90 – 100 million dollar range. It will be a huge payday for both men and no doubt one of the biggest fights in MMA history. It’s McGregor vs Aldo at UFC 194 for all the marbles live from Las Vegas Nevada.