Conor McGregor couldn’t have scripted his exceptionally foreseen come back to the octagon any superior to anything what happened at UFC 246.

McGregor, the previous UFC lightweight and featherweight champion, required only 40 seconds to TKO Donald Cerrone on Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

McGregor opened the battle by whiffing on a major straight left hand and falling into the secure of Cerrone, however he hurt “Cowboy” with shoulder strikes to the face, which obviously got them unsuspecting. That prompted the battle’s significant minute just minutes after the fact, when McGregor handled a major head kick that shook Cerrone before he completed the battle with punches on the ground.

They can see everything happen in lovely too moderate movement because of the UFC’s ‘Battle Motion’ cameras.

Likewise included in “UFC 245: Fight Motion” is Roxanne Modafferi’s pounding of Maycee Barber, Drew Dober’s knockdown that spelled the end for Nasrat Haqparast, and that’s just the beginning.

Look at moderate movement features from the whole battle card in the “UFC 246: Fight Motion” video above.

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