The guy trains little kids BJJ on the side, yet he gets high, flips his opponents off between rounds and talks shit to them..what a role model he is to the youth. Imagine those kids that he trains from the hood, yes it's good for self-defense, but I'm sure those kids would use it as an offense, that is not impossible to see. Conor is pure business for the organization. He plays the bad guy role to sell fights. After the fights over, he moves on to the next main event and promotes it well.