UFC star Conor McGregor.

Conor McGregor says he would whoop Jesus' ass in a UFC fight

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Conor McGregor faces Jose Aldo at UFC 194 on December 12th in a match that could well be one of the biggest in recent UFC history. 

The Irishman is as cocky and self-confident as ever in the buildup to his fight against the Brazilian.

And it seems he is relaxed heading into the fight, judging by a chat he had with TMZ Sports on Wednesday where he spoke about facing off against Jesus Christ inside the octagon.


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After originally looking dumbfounded when asked how he would fare against Jesus - seriously, who asks that question? - the fighter responded in traditional McGregor fashion.

"Me versus Jesus in the Octagon? I tell you what, there's not a man alive that can beat me," McGregor said.

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"But Jesus ain't alive so I don't f-----g know, maybe he can come back from the dead, I don't know. I'd still whoop his ass."

You can check out a video of the interaction here...

McGregor might not be the best pound-for-pound fighter in the UFC right now, but he absolutely is the best talker, which sets him apart from everyone else in the company. That's why the Irishman gets the big bucks and can sell out Vegas.

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