Conor McGregor Odds

In March 2019, McGregor just announced his retirement from the UFC. That said, we don't expect his "retirement" will last for very long - nor do fight focused offshore betting sites.

McGregor still has a cult following and his recent trash talk about archnemesis Khabib Nurmagomedov, plus a host of other fighters, has led bookmakers to post futures betting odds. 

Top online sportsbooks are not buying McGregor riding off into the sunset. Below are odds for McGregors' next possible MMA fights. 

Bodog Favorite  Win VS Win Bodog Underdog
Conor McGregor 1.488 VS 2.65 Jose Aldo
BetOnline Favorite  Win VS Win BetOnline Underdog
Jorge Masvidal 1.66 VS 2.29 Conor McGregor
Sports Interaction Favorite  Win VS Win Sports Interaction Underdog
Khabib Nurmagomedov 1.32 VS 3.30 Conor McGregor

Who is Conor McGregor

McGregor is only the UFC's biggest fighter and possibly the biggest combat sports superstar outside Floyd Mayweather Jr. The man who goes by many nicknames: The Notorious and Mystic Mac, is a rags to riches story.

McGregor UFC Record

Coming from the streets of Dublin as a man on welfare, McGregor rose to prominence after compiling a 12-2 pro-MMA record with all of his fights ending via stoppage. His penchant for one-punch knockouts combined with his larger-than-life personality and his genius with trash talk quickly propelled him through MMA's ranks.

McGregor blitzed the UFC, destroying everyone in his path. He won his first seven fights and captured the UFC featherweight championship easily. His first loss came against the much-larger Nate Diaz on short notice.

Despite the loss, McGregor only became bigger. He avenged his defeated and went on to become the UFC's first simultaneous two-division champion when he captures the lightweight title. From here, he challenged the greatest boxer today, Mayweather in what became the second-biggest boxing event. 

Unfortunately for McGregor, his popularity got to his head and he soon became more notorious for his non-fighting transgressions such as his hoodlum activities including an alleged sexual assault scandal. 

McGregor remains popular, but his losses combined with his obnoxious behaviour are quickly turning people off. The Conor McGregor odds watch continue, but the love affair with the fans is slowly burning away.

Conor McGregor UFC Record

McGregor has compiled a formidable fighting record. Overall, McGregor has won 21 of his 25 bouts. With the UFC, he is 9-2 and has defeated six fighters who have fought in a title fight. All but two of his fights ended in a finish.

Res. Opponent Method Event Date Round
Loss Khabib Nurmagomedov Submission (neck crank) UFC 229 6 October 2018 4
Win Eddie Alvarez TKO (punches) UFC 205 12 November 2016 2
Win Nate Diaz Decision (majority) UFC 202 20 August 2016 5
Loss Nate Diaz Submission (rear-naked choke) UFC 196 5 March 2016 2
Win José Aldo KO (punch) UFC 194 12 December 2015 1
Win Chad Mendes TKO (punches) UFC 189 11 July 2015 2
Win Dennis Siver TKO (punches) UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs. Siver 18 January 2015 2
Win Dustin Poirier TKO (punches) UFC 178 27 September 2014 1
Win Diego Brandão TKO (punches) UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs. Brandao 19 July 2014 1
Win Max Holloway Decision (unanimous) UFC Fight Night: Shogun vs. Sonnen 17 August 2013 3
Win Marcus Brimage TKO (punches) UFC on Fuel TV: Mousasi vs. Latifi 6 April 2013 1
Win Ivan Buchinger KO (punch) Cage Warriors: 51 31 December 2012 1
Win Dave Hill Submission (rear-naked choke) Cage Warriors: 47 2 June 2012 2
Win Steve O'Keefe KO (elbows) Cage Warriors: 45 18 February 2012 1
Win Aaron Jahnsen TKO (punches) Cage Warriors: Fight Night 2 8 September 2011 1
Win Artur Sowinski TKO (punches) Celtic Gladiator 2: Clash of the Giants 11 June 2011 2
Win Paddy Doherty KO (punch) Immortal Fighting Championship 4 16 April 2011 1
Win Mike Wood KO (punches) Cage Contender 8 12 March 2011 1
Win Hugh Brady TKO (punches) Chaos FC 8 12 February 2011 1
Loss Joseph Duffy Submission (arm-triangle choke) Cage Warriors 39: The Uprising 27 November 2010 1
Win Connor Dillon TKO (corner stoppage) Chaos FC 7 9 October 2010 1
Win Stephen Bailey TKO (punches) K.O.: The Fight Before Christmas 12 December 2008 1
Loss Artemij Sitenkov Submission (kneebar) Cage of Truth 3 28 June 2008 1
Win Mo Taylor TKO (punches) Cage Rage Contenders - Ireland vs. Belgium 3 May 2008 1
Win Gary Morris TKO (punches) Cage of Truth 2 8 March 2008 2

McGregor's famous fights

Whenever McGregor fights, the world pays attention and for good reason. There is rarely a boring McGregor fight as he entertains on all levels: pre-fight hype build-up, the actual fight, and post-fight antics. But here is a colletion of McGregor's most famous fights.

McGregor vs Chad Mendes

This was the first pay-per-view McGregor headlined and was a last-minute matchup change due to Jose Aldo getting injured. McGregor was training for a striker in Aldo, but it made no difference when he faced NCAA Division I All-American wrestler Chad Mendes.

McGregor had long been criticized for being "one-dimensional" and lacking a ground game. Mendes exposed McGregor by easily taking him down. However, McGregor survived Mendes's best shot and finished him within two rounds to capture the interim featherweight title.

McGregor vs Jose Aldo

The match with Aldo eventually proceeded. McGregor continued to verbally assault longtime featherweight champion Aldo and play mind games with him and it worked. The proud champion made a critical mistake early in the fight. McGregor knocked out Aldo in just 13 seconds to capture the featherweight title in record time. 

With this win, McGregor cemented himself as the UFC's premier superstar as this PPV also became his first of many, which sold over a million buys. 

McGregor vs Nate Diaz

Many fans still hope for a potential trilogy here as these two fights between McGregor and Diaz were classics. McGregor was at the height of his fame having just crushed Aldo in 13 seconds. He was aiming for the lightweight title, but an injury to then-champion Rafael dos Anjos forced the UFC to put Nate Diaz in as a late replacement at welterweight.

McGregor came in as a heavy favourite, but Diaz ate McGregor's best shots and submitted him in two rounds. The shocker became one of the year's biggest upsets. 

Undeterred, McGregor immediately rematched Diaz with the same match stipulations. McGregor fought a more strategic fight this time around and eked out a close decision victory that some still dispute today. Either way, McGregor proved to his naysayers that he could go the distance and overcome adversity.

McGregor vs Floyd Mayweather Jr.

After schooling Eddie Alvarez to win the lightweight title, his second UFC championship, McGregor set his sights on the largest fish in Floyd Mayweather Jr. McGregor's star power made it possible as the UFC and Showtime co-promoted this megafight, which sold over 4.3 million buys. 

The neophyte McGregor took Mayweather to 10 rounds in what was Mayweather's most exciting fight in a long time.

McGregor poured it on Mayweather and won most of the first six rounds, but slowed down and was finished by the more experienced boxer.

Despite the loss, this fight took McGregor's status to new heights and he was never the same again.

McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov

After a two-year hiatus from MMA, McGregor made his long-anticipated return against the unstoppable wrestler, Nurmagomedov. This was the classic striker versus grappler fight and had over a year's worth of buildup. Everything from bus attacks to gang fights to crossing the line in trash talk was involved.

The fight itself was one-sided and marks the worst loss of McGregor's career. Nurmagomedov overwhelmed McGregor from start to finish. The Russian even stunned McGregor with a punch and thoroughly dominated him on the ground eventually submitting him with a neck crank.

It wasn't done there. Following his win, Nurmagomedov attacked McGregor's teammates and McGregor himself was attacked by Nurmagomedov's team. This led to multiple suspensions and fines for the two. 

This event shattered UFC box office records though it could be McGregor's final fight.

Conor McGregor's Next Fight

McGregor has no scheduled fights at the moment. Although he has many possible opponents including rematches with Nurmagomedov and Diaz and a potential fight with Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone, popular UFC fighter. 

With no scheduled bouts, McGregor has momentarily retired. Although knowing that retirements arent' truly permanent in MMA, we expect to see McGregor back some time in the near future.

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