Ten fights. That’s all it took for Conor McGregor to go from relative unknown to worldwide superstar. Along the way, “The Notorious” one made history, becoming the first fighter to hold two UFC titles simultaneously. But this story isn’t over yet, and on Saturday, October 6, McGregor will return to Las Vegas and T-Mobile Arena to challenge unbeaten Khabib Nurmagomedov for the UFC lightweight title he never lost in the Octagon. It’s the biggest fight of 2018, and to start getting you ready, here’s a look at the fights that got McGregor to the UFC 229 main e … Read the Full Article Here