BT Sport releases the full Doubt Me Now documentary, which follows the build-up ahead of the McGregor-Mayweather fight, including interviews and analysis.
The Mac Life releases a behind the scenes video of the McGregor-Mayweather tour, called 4 Days, 4 Nights. It follows the tour from McGregor’s arrival in LA through to the London press conference.
Let’s see what he says on the 26th. I’ll be sitting there with a nice big grin on my face, as the new king of boxing.
McGregor ramps up his fight preparation with altitude chamber, cryotherapy and underwater treadmill training, at the UFC Performance Institute in Las Vegas. Using the state-of-the-art facilities, McGregor is working with his team to achieve optimum results. In the altitude chamber he pushes his body to the limit in extreme conditions by giving it the ultimate aerobic test. On the underwater treadmill, he uses resistance to gradually build up endurance. Recovery is done at incredibly low temperatures in the cryogenic tank, where sub zero conditions aid and assist muscles with rest and repair.
Zack Alsop, a YouTuber who specializes in getting backstage access to concerts and events, details how he fooled security at the London world tour press conference for Mayweather, eventually ending up being in the group that was with McGregor when he went onstage.
So this was it… the moment when I’d finally get to fulfill the 4th thing that I wanted to do. Ask Conor whether he’s prefer to fight 20 duck-sized Mayweathers, or one Mayweather-sized duck.
White releases a video that shows what McGregor and Mayweather said to each other during their face-off in LA.
CMG: Look me in the eye. I’m gonna bounce your head off the canvas. One shot is all it takes me. Anywhere on the dome. Anywhere on the dome, son. You can keep your gloves up too. I break the guard. My shots break the guard.
FM: Easy work. Easy work.
CMG: Four rounds and your unconscious….
FM: You ain’t making it out of the first round. Keep talking.
CMG: You ain’t knocked nobody out in over 20 years, motherf-cker. Them hands sore already? Do your hands hurt in the cold. You should get them massaged out. I’m a f-ckin’ animal. If this was a real fight you’d be dead already. If this was a real fight you’d be dead already. 20 seconds and I’d smash you within an inch of your life.
FM: Just show up
CMG: I’m right here. You ain’t gonna do shit.
White: I just noticed his suit says ‘F-ck you’.
The Mac Life releases a video of McGregor and White meeting on the ground outside their private jets after arriving in LA.
CMG: I feel good. I’ve been training hard.
McGregor and Mayweather will appear on a livestream from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday 11 July. Show Starts 9.30 pm (GMT) 5.30 pm (ET), and 2.30pm (PT)
McGregor posts a video of what appears to be the start of a movie, In the clip, which has no sound, McGregor is seen walking out of his house and inside his car, while opening credits roll for an apparent collaboration between Universal Pictures and McGregor Sports & Entertainment.
Here is another power move to get you excited about.
Here is another power move for you to get excited about.
Happy Monday. pic.twitter.com/Gt6JgdGkEB
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) July 10, 2017
McGregor appears in a video, where he undergoes intense cardio training.
I am boxing
McGregor shows off movement exercises and boxing practice, as he trains to fight Mayweather.
The Mac Life releases a video of McGregor’s reaction to the mural of him punching Mayweather in the face. Kavanagh, who commissioned the mural, leads him into the SBG gym to see it.
That is unbelievable. F-ck Floyd Mayweather! Imma see you soon!
A video is released of McGregor talking with Gallacher, taken in July 2103. Gallacher was 16 years old at the time. McGregor had just made his UFC debut, beating Marcus Brimage. McGregor comes off a phone call:
CMG: Time for another suit.
JG: Nice for some.
CMG: Soon enough, Jimmy Boy, soon enough.
McGregor releases a video of training with Portal, using what appears to be a plastic baton. In the foreground, fighters train to hit playing cards, another Portal training method.
Mayweather appears in a video, working out for four hours at the Ten Goose Boxing Gym in Van Nuys, California in preparation for his fight with McGregor.
You name him, I beat him. I can get a black eye, I can get a bloody nose, at the end of the day I don’t have a bad payday, and I don’t have a bad day under the lights.
Portal releases a video of McGregor using the ‘Chaotic Card Drill’ in training with McGregor. McGregor has to hit playing cards that Portal throws towards him.
Using the chaotic trajectory of a flying card to keep [McGregor] sharp, adaptive and responsive to an unexpected situation, with focus on abandoning original prediction and installing a secondary one in a fraction of a second – an ability that often makes the difference between the BEST and just GOOD.
Previously unreleased footage of McGregor entering the arena before his March 2016 UFC 196 loss to Nate Diaz is released. As McGregor heads for the octagon, draped in the Irish tricolour, to the sounds of Sinéad O’Connor’s Foggy Dew, he says:
Sing to me Sinéad. Sing me into war.
Coach Kavanagh issues encouragement to his fighter before the walk is made.
He shouldn’t have asked for it. Now he’s gonna get it.
McGregor lost to a rear naked chokehold towards the end of the second round.
Mayweather posts a video of his training for the upcoming fight with McGregor.
White appears live on Facebook to answer fan questions. He confirms the date, venue, weight and gloves choice. He says the undercard will be put together by Mayweather’s side.
I think that whenever two guys get in there and start throwing punches, anything is possible. If you talk to Conor McGregor he’ll make you belive he’ll win this fight…Conor will turn around and fight again this year after the Mayweather fight…there will be no MMA on this event this event, only boxing…the weight was not an issue at all with Floyd Mayweather, which I didn’t expect…the press conference will be ridiculous…Mayweather, seriously guys, has not complained about anything, he’s been actually really easy to deal with.
Van Heerden releases a video of him in the ring with McGregor, to support his statement that he was able to hit the Irishman while sparring.
People telling me Mayweather will have his hands full trying to land on McGregor -STOP IT! I respect McGregor BUT i ain't Floyd and i landed pic.twitter.com/gd4dFi3XUU
— Chris van Heerden (@TheHeat001) June 14, 2017
McGregor fan, Tom Nolan, releases a video of his weight loss and mental transformation, inspired by McGregor. Nolan was suffering panic attacks and was suicidal until he saw McGregor face Jose Aldo. He has since lost over one hundred pounds.
How Conor McGregor held himself, how he spoke, his mental state and how he truly had that self-belief was something I took notes on. Was something that I watched deeply and started to say ‘well, if he can think like that, why can’t I?’
A compilation of McGregor’s top ten press conference moments is released including his water bottle fight with Nate Diaz, and his response to Jeremy Stephens.
Who the f-ck is that guy!
A recording is released of Kavanagh giving advice to McGregor during the second Nate Diaz fight.
Everything is working the way we said it would. Don’t change anything. Stay with the leg kicks. Don’t push anything. We’ve got four rounds to go.
McGregor shares a video on Instagram lacing up his Emerald-Isle-emblazoned gloves and punching pads with an anxious-looking partner.
Floyd better be ready, the baddest man on the planet is hunting.
#TBT • Dublin, Ireland. SBG Gym. Team iBox delivering Conor McGregor his Irish Coloured Gloves 🤙🏽 • Check out this short clip of him using them! 👊🏽 Will we see him using gloves in a ring in the near future!? 😜 • #MMA #UFC #Boxing #McGregor #Ireland #SBG #Fitness #Health #Mayweather #Dublin @thenotoriousmma
McGregor posts an Instagram of him at the dinner table waiting to be served steak, with two new Rolex watches.
Hurry up with that steak!
Kavanagh posts (and then deletes) a video of McGregor’s boxing training.
McGregor releases a boxing sparring video.
Fighting is easy to me because I dedicate every single second of my thinking brain to it.
The corner audio for McGregor v. Mendez, from UFC 189 is released. After Jose Aldo withdrew from the fight due to a bruised rib, McGregor headed into the bout as favourite with many believing that Mendes’ two week training camp would simply prove to be too little time to prepare. However, Mendes brought McGregor to the mat on several occasions in the two round fight. With Mendes undoubtedly ahead on the judges’ scorecards, McGregor rallied at the end of the second, landing multiple strikes before his left hand eventually found the American’s chin and sent him plummeting to the canvas.
McGregor posts a training video, sparring against Roddy.
Like the late, great Bruce Lee once said: “When you are talking about fighting, as it is, with no rules, well then baby, you’d better train every part of your body”.
Myself and @sbgcharlestown have been working together on unrestricted, unarmed fighting, since we are kids. Not much will change when I fight under the famed, yet very limited, Queensbury rules. No disrespect to single discipline fighters, from boxing to kicking to grappling, just know that understanding one style of fighting is simply not enough. You are lying to yourself. You are easily dismantled in a true fight. A fight with no rules to protect you. In a straight fight, you do not possess enough tools to keep you alive. You will be dismantled and killed. Like the late, great Bruce Lee once said: "When you are talking about fighting, as it is, with no rules, well then baby, you'd better train every part of your body"
McGregor posts a video of his training with Portal.
A nice clip of some work alongside my brother @portal.ido! I look forward to continuing our work together over the coming months in preparation for my next bout.
McGregor posts an Instagram video of him critiquing the boxing techniques of a ‘protege’. He also talks about the Mayweather fight, and about training his son to be a fighter.
Floyd may crap his jocks after all and if so I will go back to true fighting or just pick another boxer like manny or something…When my son is born I will build him up into a multiple free fighting world champion also. Just like his old man. I look forward to it.
Here is a reply video I sent one of my protégés who was seeking advice on some boxing only pad work footage they sent me. I believe you will like it. The focus has been solely boxing lately but make no mistakes, the kicking and grappling aspects, and everything else got to do with unlimited free fighting, is still very much present in my thoughts. Floyd may crap his jocks after all and if so I will go back to true fighting or just pick another boxer like manny or something. But whatever that's another conversation. I like to build fighters and watch their progression. I have built many to this date, and all unintentionally. One is fighting in the UFC main event this weekend. When my son is born I will build him up into a multiple free fighting world champion also. Just like his old man. I look forward to it.
Audio recordings from the corners of the McGregor-Aldo fight at UFC 194 are released, showing the contrasting attitudes of the fighters. While the Brazilian’s corner repeatedly tells Aldo to calm down, the fighter says:
Stay calm, go calm. You are the champion. That is you.
As Aldo enters the octagon, an Irish voice that is likely to be Coach Kavanagh says:
Welcome to hell…He doesn’t wanna be in here.
McGregor appears in a video, practicing his boxing moves outside with Lobov.
A video is released of Devlin’s baby shower, which was attended by her friends and family, including McGregor. McGregor’s mother:
I couldn’t ask for a better person to be the mother of my Grandson. Love you loads, and the best of luck.
The Mac Life releases a behind-the-scenes video of McGregor attending Conlan’s debut fight at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
The Mac Life releases a behind-the-scenes video of McGregor on the set of the commercial for Iron Fist.
UFC on FOX just releases never-before-seen footage of the rematch between McGregor and Diaz at UFC 202.
Coach Kavanagh posts an Instagram of McGregor taking a boxing class at SBG in Dublin.
One of our fighters taking the boxing class today.
The Mac Life releases a video of a recent training session between McGregor, Portal and Danis.
As part of a Snapchat Q&A Bellew is asked if he’d fight McGregor in boxing at Croke park, in Dublin
If he’s weighing 155 and I’m 200 pounds, you are right I’m gonna fight him. I’ll take his head off.
On Mayweather vs. McGregor.
Two totally different sports. If Floyd was to get into a cage with Conor he’d get torn to pieces. He’d literally pull Floyd’s arm off. But if Conor was to get in a boxing ring, and abide by boxing rules, he’d be absolutely outclassed and embarrassed in two to three rounds…Conor’s got a good stand-up game for a UFC fighter. He has an abysmal boxing game. I don’t even think he’d beat British or European champions. But you put him in a cage, the guy’s an animal. He’d pull the arms and legs off you. He’s really that good.
McGregor appears in Living the High Life, a video showing his recent travels to Las Vegas and Los Angeles.
McGregor and Mayweather appear in a fan-made animation called The Negotiation.
The Mac Life releases a video of McGregor ‘working the boxing bag’ at a gym in Los Angeles, California.
To complement its feature interview, GQ releases a video called The Softer Side of Conor McGregor, in which the fighter is asked a number of softer questions, such as,”When was the last time you cried?”
Probably when I won my first UFC world title. It was the interim featherweight world title. I travelled all over the world for it and I won. And I was in the shower. And my girlfriend was in the shower with me, and I started crying then.
Mike Fight Promo releases a video called Philosophies Of Fighting, featuring McGregor’s rise to the top of the sport.
If you can see it here and you have the courage enough to speak it, it will happen.
McGregor posts a video of him boxing at SBG in Dublin.
A video is released of a McGregor impersonator playing Overwatch.
An Experience With…releases the intro video for McGregor’s appearance at the Manchester Q&A.
An Experience With… events releases a behind-the-scenes video of McGregor as he arrives by private jet, travels to the venue by Rolls Royce, and greets fans in Manchester.
A fan-made video shows McGregor’s rise through the Featherweight Division
One by one I will get every single one of them. They say I’m just talk, but here I am walking.