To see the way that last fight went, I can’t live with it…The last fight, mid-round, I wasn’t listening, I wasn’t paying attention. That was one of the errors I made…I was a little bit heavy around the mid-section, I was over-trained and it came back and bit me in the ass…I’m looking forward to the rematch; to going back out and showing what we have learned…I’m working my nuts off for this rematch. Believe me on that. I’m feeling very confident that I’ll go in and toy with this man. He was one or two shots from being done.
An Evening with John Kavanagh talk
- Dillashaw coach: Thousands of years ago, Conor McGregor would probably be the king
- Mayweather: McGregor a 'tough competitor'
- Showtime exec: McGregor-Mayweather goal is 'early fall'
- Beats by Dre announces McGregor sponsorship
- Efron: Madonna is a UFC fan
- Conlan: McGregor 'definitely has boxing skill'
- Aldo: McGregor rematch 'will never happen'
- Holloway: 'Conor McGregor should be proud'
- De La Hoya calls for McGregor-Mayweather boycott
- Video highlights McGregor attitude change when friends become opponents