@6:46 Interviewer: "Unfortunately we didn't get to see you in the buildup to the Khabib fight. We see a very different guy, you seem very centered and I don't know if that's because the focus is there..." Conor: "Exactly, the focus is there, simple as, you know. I'm just focused. I was not as focused you know, it was almost like my job was done after that Brooklyn incident. What needed to happen, happened and the bout was just an after affect. I wasn't fully focused on it, I wasn't fully committed with it and that led to a different man..." LMFAO. How could've he not been driven and focused to put hands on the man who slapped his best friend, the man whom he provoked on social media for months and the man who he was on record saying he "cannot wait to get his hands on". Thats literally as personal as it gets in this sport and I can't imagine you not being focused with that level of animosity, anticipation, and the magnitude of the BIGGEST fight in the history of the sport. Gems like this are why I am not a fan of his. Too much delusional, wishy washy, excuses while constantly attempting to paint new narratives. Feels like I'm listening to a used car salesman sometimes. Enjoy and discuss..