Realistically, we know 2 things: 1) Conor hasn't defended his titles. He's lived questionably outside of the cage. He has lots of haters. But he is an elite and, though he hasn't proved it -- just showed signs of it, is likely an all time great. 2) Cerrone is on his way down. So, you match up an all time great in his prime vs a fighter on his way down. That's no diss to Cerrone. It was unreasonable to expect a 5 round war out of him in the first place. It was going to be 1st round finish every time. This was, 20/20 hindsight of course, just a mismatch.