Though Conor McGregor has been on a losing streak in the last few years the MMA world has not forgotten how good McGregor was back in the days.
Conor McGregor dominated UFC featherweight division before setting his aim on the lightweight title.
And it was not just his skills inside the octagon. McGregor's trash talk was a vicious weapon for him.
Michael Bisping recently talked about how Conor McGregor intimidated his opponents.
“When you combine all that talk, that swagger, that bravado, that aggression, and then you look at the tape, you see him knocking people out. You see him picking the round, you see him even picking the minute and the method that he’s going to do it in, that gets into [his] opponents’ heads. Whether they like to believe it or not, a lot of the opponents that stepped into an octagon with Conor McGregor, they were already s******* their pants.”- Bisping said about McGregor
However, McGregor's trash talk is not as effective as it used to be.
His past press conference with Dustin Poirier did not see the best of Conor McGregor on microphone.
Conor McGregor is eying for an octagon return later this year or in the beginning of 2023.