I don't know where the end is. His fights aren't really fights. There's something of the human element of a man against himself like a force of nature trying to define himself. I'm all in. Giants are giants for a moment in time, and then it's gone. You at the best you've ever been, you recall, He's right here, right now, all the money and reason in the world to ride off in the sunset a champion. What would you do if you all your dreams came true? Go up a weight class to run a division. "Obsession" > logic < Joan of Arc, all our champions are still champions, ...but there's this thing that's willing to die for no apparent reason, and we all have to give pause, there's this irrational force coming through to push the needle, marlon brando, things just aren't the same when real human force not only makes itself known, but truly to the death, that's a hero. And the game is just up a notch forever. Why i like Conor McGregor, same as Tyson was, we don't know what the end is til it is. Tyson was exciting, Conor is, what he does might make records, but it's a spiritual journey. How far. What's next. The world.