We want to see great fights—you want to see Conor recognized as great...But the only way he’ll really be recognized as great is by proving himself against a wide range of talented fighters with different and dynamic skill sets—The same way that every GOAT-level champion has... At the end of the day, that means that you should be clamoring for the same things that the rest of us FIGHT fans are asking for...put him in there against Gaethje, Felder, Hooker, Lee, etc... or Colby, Edwards, Masvidal, Woodley, etc. It’s a win/win! You guys get to see your hero prove the doubters wrong, and we get to see great fights that are determined by the normal expectations of competitive sports (the quality of your opponents, the outcome of competitions, the weight classes you’ve had your achievements in, etc) But here’s my suspicion: You don’t actually believe that he would win all of those fights—and neither do the top guys in the UFC. And neither does Conor. If he and the UFC thought that he would win all of those fights, they would DEFINITELY make him fight his way to the top. Why? Because he and the UFC would get major paydays for EACH fight. That would mean 2-3 major paydays before his well-earned titleshot. It would also mean no controversy because he did it fairly-squarely. Instead, everyone wants him to skip right to the titleshot, where he’ll just get smashed by Khabib again—and they’ll only get one major payday out of it. Why settle for one big money fight when you could get three or four?