After losing to Duffy, he goes on to win 6 straight before winning the Cage Warriors FW title. He then immediately challenges for the LW title and dominates with 1st rnd KO... Enter Dana White. Now, should Conor have said "Oh no Ufc, I've got bigger fish to fry!" Conor runs through 6 UFC caliber fighters before winning the UFC FW title against the then ranked P4P #1. He then immediately challenges for the LW title... but that fight falls through less than 2 weeks before its date, the short notice replacement is top LW Nate Diaz. Conor gets stunned in the 2nd rnd after winning the 1st. What to do now? Highest grossing, most televised fight of his career and he just got humiliated. One minute he is King Midas, the next he is Nates bitch and everyone has now seen him be brought down to size. Fighters and fans alike are all thinking the same thing, "well that was interesting while it lasted but now his aura is gone and he's f***" He says run it back. Run it back! Against a larger guy who although many of you can't understand it, is one of the most solid fighters to ever grace the octagon. You may or may not know it now, you may have known it before but do you know who for damn sure knew it?... Conor knew it. He knew first hand who the f** Nate Diaz is. Conor knew what he was asking for and he practically begged for it. Now whether or not you agree with the MD you have to admit, Conor did very well. He went from being little brothered to being on equal level with the larger, dangerous, future HOF, quintessential Diaz brother. Once he felt like he got back what he lost on this detour, he went straight back to the original order of business and He then immediately challenges for the LW title and dominates with spectacular 2nd rnd KO... -On a side note, it's funny how people say Conor "picked" Eddie because he would make for a favorable matchup. Conor signed on the dotted line vs Eddie just as and for the same reason that he signed on the dotted line vs RDA, because they were the title holders. Was RDA too "chosen by Conor" because he was a favorable matchup? Anyways, Conor has now become the Champ Champ, first ever in UFC history. What a pussy! This f'guy just rode a wave of absolute luck to the greatest accomplishment in UFC champion history... It just makes me wonder, if a fake like Conor could do it, why didn't any of the "real" champs do it? SMFH! Enter Floyd Mayweather. Now, should Conor have said "oh no MayMac, I've got bigger fish to fry!" I'm sure by now you've noticed the recurring themes that I have tried to highlight. The arguments that Conor is ducking or somehow avoiding challenges is just so ridiculous that it makes my head hurt. I am willing to make a bet with anyone here. I bet, that Conors next fight will follow the order of his previous endeavours... it will be groundbreaking.