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McGregor and Cerrone give their post-fight debriefs following main event at UFC 246

United States, Las Vegas

Ruptly is live from the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Las Vegas in the early hours of Sunday morning as Irish MMA star Conor ‘Notorious’ McGregor and his opponent Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone discuss their bout following the main card at UFC 246.

McGregor, one of the sport’s biggest names, returned to the octagon for the first time since October 2018 when he lost to Russia’s Khabib Nurmagomedov following a fourth round submission.

Five months after the loss, McGregor announced his official retirement from the sport but made a U-turn to take up Cowboy’s offer of a welterweight clash.

Denver-born Cerrone was a strong underdog for the bout but had a significant size advantage as well as twice as many professional fights under his belt.

McGregor vs. Cowboy takes place at UFC 246 in Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena on Saturday night (3am GMT Sunday) in front of a 20,000-strong crowd.

Date of startJanuary 19, 2020
Time of start06:02
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Ruptly is live from the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Las Vegas in the early hours of Sunday morning as Irish MMA star Conor ‘Notorious’ McGregor and his opponent Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone discuss their bout following the main card at UFC 246. McGregor, one of the sport’s biggest names, returned to the octagon for the first time since October 2018 when he lost to Russia’s Khabib Nurmagomedov following a fourth round submission. Five months after the loss, McGregor announced his official retirement from the sport but made a U-turn to take up Cowboy’s offer of a welterweight clash. Denver-born Cerrone was a strong underdog for the bout but had a significant size advantage as well as twice as many professional fights under his belt. McGregor vs. Cowboy takes place at UFC 246 in Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena on Saturday night (3am GMT Sunday) in front of a 20,000-strong crowd.