McGregor (22-6) lost to Poirier at UFC 264 on Saturday in Las Vegas. The official result was a TKO defeat at the end of the first round due to a doctor’s stoppage. McGregor’s lower left leg snapped as he stepped backward after throwing a punch at the very end of the round.Jul 15, 2021
Dustin Poirier beats Conor McGregor for the second time in six months at UFC 264. McGregor’s leg and ankle buckled when he stepped back from a punch by Poirier. McGregor’s leg and ankle buckled when he stepped back from the blow, and Poirier finished the round raining blows down on the former two-division UFC champion.Jul …
UFC 264 results: Dustin Poirier defeats Conor McGregor via doctor stoppage due to leg injury. LAS VEGAS — The score was supposed to be settled at UFC 264.Jul 12, 2021
The first time Poirier-McGregor fought was in UFC 178 in 2014 when McGregor won by a first-round TKO. To be blunt, Part 1 was a dud as the fight lasted just 1 minute, 46 seconds with McGregor dominating. True to his word, McGregor delivered a TKO as he was the aggressor in the fight and …
For now, it’s about the trilogy. McGregor KO’d Poirier in less than two minutes in 2014 as his star ascended to unprecedented heights, and Poirier avenged the loss on Jan.Jul 9, 2021
Conor McGregor Record: 22-6-0.
Poirier, the winner by technical knockout, made $1,021,000 — $1 million to show up and $21,000 fight week incentive pay, says The Sports Daily. In the McGregor vs. Poirier fight at UFC 257 earlier this year, McGregor made a disclosed $5 million, despite losing. In the same fight, Poirier made $1 million.Jul 12, 2021
Results Main card Weight class Featherweight Conor McGregor Dustin Poirier Middleweight Yoel Romero Tim Kennedy Women’s Bantamweight Cat Zingano Amanda Nunes