I am questioning Connor's work ethic and value as a fighter here. Let me begin by saying it is no brainer that Connor will continue to be a massive draw and talk of the town in foreseeable future, but I cannot help but think he never reached his true ceiling as a martial artist. Pre-2016 McGregor looked focused, hired a movement coach to improve his skillset, and showed a genuine desire to work his way to the very top in two divisions. Than 2017-2018 period happened. Big money started pouring in and he started thinking he is larger than life. Bizzare incident after incident ensued: the bus attack, Florida robbery arrest, Dublin pub assault and Corsica sexual assault charge, it all happened in a space of a year or two. Connor slowly became unhinged and his performance inside the Octagon took a steep dive. Reading from that, my impression is that his true goal was to make as much money out of his success before his demons took him over. He never had a genuine dedication to be the GOAT or leave a truly memorable legacy, but to get out of poverty fast and begin spending money on his fantasies. If he wants to turn back the clock IMO he needs to leave Ireland where everyone is stroking his ego and try to restart the career in a good American camp to address his ground game and stale striking before it is too late. Thoughts?