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canada goose WHERE ARE THEY NOW? All 24 of Conor McGregor's opponents, from his first fight as a 19-year-old to Khabib Nurmagomedov Scott Davis Oct. 6, 2018, 6:34 PM Conor McGregor was a showman from the start. Via Cage Rage/YouTube Conor McGregor has come a long way from working a plumbing job in Ireland. On Saturday, November 6, McGregor will return to the Octagon for the first time since 2016 to take on Khabib Nurmagomedov. McGregor comes into the match sporting a 21-3 record and a reputation as one of the hardest-hitting, most entertaining, and overall best fighters. We took a look back at McGregor’s professional bout history, starting in 2008 to now, and looked up what all of his old opponents are up to. Many have since left the fighting game, some have opened gyms, and some are still in the MMA game. And one, of course, is one of the most famous boxers ever who still lives life large. Records and fight information came from ESPN, Sherdog, and Tapology. Here’s where all 24 of McGregor’s opponents are today. 1/ McGregor made his MMA debut on March 8, 2008, beating Gary Morris by TKO. via Cage of Truth 2/YouTube 2/ Morris posted an 8-10 record as a fighter, with his last fight coming in 2016. It’s unclear what he does today. MMA Connect TV/YouTube 3/ Two months later, McGregor took on Mo Taylor in his second fight. McGregor won by TKO, though it was close at one point, as Taylor got McGregor in a tough arm bar. Via Cage Rage/YouTube 4/ The McGregor fight was Taylor’s debut, and it doesn’t appear he fought again after. Via Cage Rage/YouTube 5/ On June 28, 2008, McGregor fought Artemji Sitenkov, a Lithuanian fighter. via Cage of Truth/YouTube 6/ Sitenkov beat McGregor by submission! He told reporters that he made 500 Euros off the fight and that McGregor was crying afterward. He went on to post a 15-16 career record. He has since opened two gyms and owns a pawnshop. Full Contact Contender/YouTube Sources: MMA Fighting, Bloody Elbow 7/ McGregor rebounded six months later with a win over Stephen Bailey by TKO. K.O.: Fight Before Christmas/YouTube 8/ Bailey only had one more professional fight after McGregor, but he fought one amateur fight in 2016. It’s unclear what he does now. via Cage Ring Championship/YouTube 9/ After not fighting in 2009, McGregor returned to the octagon to fight Conor Dillion in October of 2010. McGregor beat Dillion by TKO in one of the longest fights of his career, clocking in at 4:22. via Chaos Fighting Championship/YouTube 10/ Dillon had a 5-8 record, with his last fight coming in 2016. He now owns the gym No Fear MMA in Ireland. Sharkasm Productions/YouTube 11/ In November of 2010, McGregor took on Joseph Duffy, who took down McGregor by submission, handing “The Notorious” his second loss. via Cage Warriors Fighting Championship/YouTube 12/ Duffy owns a 16-3 record and last fought in 2017. He is reportedly hoping to continue his career. MMA Fighting/YouTube Source: Niall McGrath/Twitter 13/ McGregor’s first fight of 2011, a strong year for him, came against Hugh Brady. McGregor won by knockout. via Chaos Fighting Championship/YouTube 14/ Brady owns a 4-3 fighting record. He last fought in 2014. via Cage Contender 18/YouTube 15/ On March 12, 2001, McGregor knocked out Mike Wood in 16 seconds. via Cage Contender VIII/YouTube 16/ Wood last fought in 2014 and said McGregor made him realize he wasn’t cut out for UFC. Since, it appears he runs a YouTube channel and once auditioned for “The Voice.” Via UCMMA/YouTube Sources: Severe MMA, YouTubeRead more: One of Conor McGregor’s earliest opponents says the then 21-year-old fighter beat him so badly he realized he wasn’t cut out for UFC 17/ One month later, McGregor took on Paddy Doherty. McGregor knocked him out in four seconds. Yes, four seconds. SHC MMA/YouTube 18/ Doherty last fought in 2013, finishing with a 4-9 record. He told Severe MMA in 2015 that he was no longer interested in fighting. SHC MMA/YouTube Source: Severe MMA 19/ In June of 2011, McGregor took on Polish fighter Artur Sowinski, knocking him out in Round 2. Via Celtic Gladiator/YouTube 20/ Sowinski owns an 18-10 record and is still fighting today. His most recent fight was a loss to Salahdine Parnasse in April. Via KSW/YouTube 21/ About three months later, McGregor fought Aaron Jahnsen, knocking him out in the first round. Via Cage Warriors Fighting Championship/YouTube 22/ Jahnsen last fought in 2017 and owns a 5-6 record. Like McGregor, he gave a boxing a try, making his debut in the ring in February 2018. Via British Challenge MMA/YouTube 23/ In February of 2012, McGregor kept up his winning ways by beating Steve O’Keefe with another first-round knockout. Via Cage Warriors Fighting Championship/YouTube 24/ O’Keefe last fought in March of 2018 and owns a 9-3 record. In 2017, he founded Revolution Martial Arts, a gym in Greenhithe, England. BAMMA/YouTube Source: Kent Online 25/ McGregor’s next win came over Dave Hill in June 2012. It was a rare win by submission for McGregor. via Cage Warriors Fighting Championship/YouTube 26/ Hill last fought in 2014 and owns a 12-4 record. Today, he works as a graphic designer cheshuntteamministry , a job he also kept while fighting. Sources: Twitter, YouTube 27/ McGregor’s last fight of 2012 came against Ivan Buchinger. McGregor beat him by KO. via Cage Warriors Fighting Championship/YouTube 28/ Buchinger is still fighting today. He owns a 34-6 record. Via XFN/YouTube 29/ At last, in 2013, McGregor made his UFC debut against Marcus Brimage, knocking him out in the first round. Via UFC/YouTube 30/ Brimage last fought in 2016 and was demoted from UFC. He owns a 7-7 record. Kevin C. Cox/Getty 31/ McGregor’s second UFC fight was a win via unanimous decision over Max Holloway. Gregory Payan/AP 32/ Holloway is 19-3 as of today and owns the 145-pound belt. Kathy Willens/AP 33/ On July 19, 2014, McGregor fought Diego Brandao and beat him via TKO. via UFC/YouTube 34/ Brandao is still fighting. He owns a 23-13 record. 35/ McGregor’s next fight came against Dustin Poirier, who was beaten by knockout. John Locher/AP 36/ Poirier owns a 24-5 record. He is scheduled to fight Nate Diaz in November. John Locher/AP 37/ McGregor fought Dennis Siver on January 8, 2015 and knocked him out in the second round. John Locher/AP 38/ Siver owns a 23-11 career record. He left UFC in 2017. Via UFC/YouTube 39/ Six months after fighting Siva, McGregor took on Chad Mendes and continued his winning ways, beating Mendes by knockout in the second round. John Locher/AP 40/ Mendes has an 18-4 career record. He returned from a two-year drug suspension in 2018 and beat Myles Jury in July. Via UFC/YouTube 41/ In December of 2015, McGregor took on Jose Aldo. He beat Aldo by knockout in 13 seconds. John Locher/AP 42/ Aldo owns a 24-3 career record. He won his most recent fight, against Jeremy Stephens in July. Via UFC/YouTube 43/ McGregor’s next fights were even bigger. He fought Nate Diaz on March 5, 2016, then August 20, 2016. McGregor lost the first fight by submission, but won the second by majority decision. John Locher/AP 44/ Diaz owns a 20-11 record and is scheduled to fight Dustin Poirier in November. McGregor has said he wants a third and final fight with Diaz. Ethan Miller/Getty 45/ McGregor’s last UFC fight came on November 12, 2016 against Eddie Alvarez. He won by TKO in Round 2. Julio Cortez/AP 46/ Alvarez last fought in July, losing to Poirier. His UFC contract expired after. He has a record of 29-6. Gregory Payan/AP 47/ In 2017, McGregor stepped outside of the octagon and into the ring to box Floyd Mayweather Jr. It didn’t go so well for McGregor. Christian Petersen/Getty 48/ Mayweather, of course, is one of the greatest boxers ever and is 50-0. In September Canada Goose outlet , he said he would be fighting Manny Pacquiao in a rematch, but it’s unclear if the fight will actually happen. Isaac Brekken/AP 49/ And on Saturday, October 6, McGregor will take on Khabib Nurmagomedov in one of the biggest fights in UFC history. Who will take that one home? Steven Ryan/Getty Images 50/ Now, check out how McGregor spends all of the money he’s made… Mike Stobe/Getty Images How UFC fighter Conor McGregor makes and spends his millions, from Lamborghinis and yachts to outrageous designer suits > Previous 1/ Next canada goose parka