I'm all for a fighter being ready to throw down and fight on short notice. The problem is if the fighter was near a title shot or next in line for one and then loses. Then all you hear about the excuse of it was a short notice fight, which is a legitimate excuse, but then you paid for a fight where one fighter was criminally under-prepared. Many people talk about the Chad Mendes loss and all say he looked horrible and gassed because it was short notice. And that's probably a valid excuse. Also, if Conor has trained his entire camp for a striker and now has to fight a BJJ expert, that could be totally different. Not that he most likely didn't train for all aspects of MMA, but he might have focused more of his training on the ground game if that was the case. Are you really gonna train for the likes of McGregor in 2 weeks and expect to beat him? Obviously the answer is most likely no. So, I hope for everyone's sake, Conor turns down these short notice fighters.