CONOR MCGREGOR ON QUEST TO 'MAKE HISTORY' AT UFC 205
By Mike Bohn, rollingstone.com
More than two years ago, Conor McGregor famously declared a straightforward path he wanted his career to go down: "Get in. Get rich. Get out." So with claims he will net upward of $40 million in 2016 alone, why is McGregor still competing in one of the world's most physically demanding and dangerous sports?
Because plans change, he tells Rolling Stone. The UFC Featherweight champion says he's financially secure to the point he could support himself and his family for several generations. Now it's about reaching the highest possible level of athletic success and accomplishing things no else has accomplished within the realm of MMA and combat sports. To read the full article click here
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