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Midnight Mania! Watch Dana White meet Conor McGregor for first time

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The first time Conor McGregor met Dana White, it was love at first sight. McGregor had just finished knocking out Marcus Brimage, and you can almost see the dollar signs in Dana’s eyes. Dana immediately offers him fights in Boston and Ireland.

McGregor would go on to defeat tougher and tougher opponents at featherweight, culminating in his 13-second knockout of Jose Aldo. Two fights against Nate Diaz and a historic second belt at lightweight against Eddie Alvarez, and it’s tough to remember a time before Conor McGregor put an entire sport in his shadow. Yet, when Dana first met Conor, he was still on the dole, living on government support to fund his regional MMA career. That first $60,000 “Knockout of the Night” bonus changed his life. “60 G’s baby!”

His next bout, in fact, was against a young Max Holloway, and McGregor made all of $24,000 dollars for that win. That was the last loss on Max Holloway’s record, as he went on to

Now, he finds himself set to make $100 million or more from this fight with Floyd Mayweather. That kind of career requires a step back to appreciate fully.


Hand-eye co-ordination work with @portal.ido today. Great work Great shot @serpiconinja.

A post shared by Conor McGregor Official (@thenotoriousmma) on Jun 20, 2017 at 12:56pm PDT

Was this the last time McGregor competed in anther combat sport?

Conor McGregor IBJJF European NoGi Open 2012 https://t.co/E1IgeAvMKh @TheNotoriousMMA

— Zombie Prophet (@ZPGIFs) June 19, 2017

Did you know Wanderlei Silva and Chael Sonnen are going to fight this weekend? I had forgotten completely

Plain and simply put, Wanderlei Silva hates @ChaelSonnen and is out for blood at #BellatorNYC. More: https://t.co/1CPNoyXTfw pic.twitter.com/BlNqmjeV54

— MMAjunkie (@MMAjunkie) June 21, 2017

What Wanderlei used to be able to do


— Streetfight Bancho (@streetfitebanch) June 20, 2017

“Why did I wear this stupid gi…” pic.twitter.com/1zxyFkzC3Q

— Streetfight Bancho (@streetfitebanch) June 20, 2017

Fedor is fighting Mitrione this weekend, too. How did RIZIN get Ric Flair’s belt?

#FunFact, Fedor Emelianenko apparently became the WCW champion when he fought in #rizinff. #wrestling #BellatorNYC pic.twitter.com/wju0A70nnm

— Steven Rondina (@srondina) June 20, 2017

I’m a big fan of Lorenz Larkin

Lorenz Larkin pic.twitter.com/NTdcxkcviV

— Streetfight Bancho (@streetfitebanch) January 5, 2017

Oh yeah this is hilarious.

If you can watch this without giggling like a child you’re more mature than I am. https://t.co/5XMl4Z0tPK

— Scott Rüegg (@scottruegg) June 20, 2017

Training in mountains of Colorado. June 2017#ufc213 #teamBullet pic.twitter.com/vY671r667T

— Valentina Shevchenko (@BulletValentina) June 21, 2017


Post #UFC #FIGHTNIGHT #SINGAPORE leg! Those leg kicks were real hahah @UfcJingliang pic.twitter.com/b02yHKRN2H

— Frank Camacho (@crankeffect) June 20, 2017

Slips, Rips, KO Clips

A solid left hand by @dgthechamp staggers Omar Tienda in the 2nd RD of this opening bout on #PBConFS1. pic.twitter.com/jf3AGaLqgY

— PBC (@premierboxing) June 21, 2017

I wanted McGregor to pull something like this against Mayweather but it seems boxing refs are much quicker to penalize than MMA refs

Omar Tienda loses a point for intentionally fouling @dgthechamp in the 9th Round. #PBConFS1 pic.twitter.com/VKABMh2Nrb

— PBC (@premierboxing) June 21, 2017

This was awesome

ICYMI: @Brandon_Rios1 KOs Mexico’s Aaron Herrera in action-packed slugfest last night on @FS1. #PBConFS1

RECAP : https://t.co/w2UmP0TPx7 pic.twitter.com/p870ZHDNgt

— PBC (@premierboxing) June 12, 2017

Body shots

What a body shot! Mario Barrios with the KO! #CoronaBoxing @coronaextrausa https://t.co/hBVtoArroG

— FS1 (@FS1) June 12, 2017

On This Day 21 June 2003 Lennox Lewis & Vitali Klitschko go to WAR pic.twitter.com/WaMAg7Om0F

— EditinKing Boxing (@EditinKing) June 20, 2017

2 years ago today made my debut on primetime NBC to go to 17-0 #MANDOWN pic.twitter.com/tBcGZTFWDy

— Errol Spence (@ErrolSpenceJr) June 20, 2017

This got weirdly serious

Its all lulz till the soccer kick pic.twitter.com/OZz4UeEFnF

— Zombie Prophet (@ZPGIFs) June 20, 2017

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