Conor McGregor's return to the Octagon vs Donald Cerrone at UFC 246 is just a day away, and Dana White has released the pay-per-view's opening video early to get fans hyped for the event.
Conor McGregor will face Donald Cerrone in the main event of UFC 246 this Saturday in Las Vegas, a fight that could make or break Notorious' 2020.
UFC 246 will be the first time McGregor returns to the Octagon since he took on and lost to Khabib Nurmagomedov back in October 2018.
Dana White is excited to see the biggest star in UFC history return to the Octagon this weekend, and he wants other fans to feel the same way.
That's why the UFC President has released the opening video of UFC 246 early before it is aired to the world on Saturday, in order to get fans hyped up for the event.
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If you weren't hyped up for UFC 246 before watching that video, surely you must be now!
McGregor fans will be hyped to see the Irishman back inside the UFC Octagon, as it will be the first time they see him compete in over a year.
Notorious hasn't fought since he was submitted by Nurmagomedov when he challenged for the UFC Lightweight Championship in the main event of UFC 229 in October 2018.
Cerrone will not be an easy fight for McGregor to return to the Octagon for, as The Cowboy is a history-maker in UFC.
Cerrone holds the record for the most wins in UFC history with 23, as well as for the most finishes in UFC history with 16.
Notorious will be aiming to win this fight in order to build towards an eventual rematch with Khabib for the UFC Lightweight title, while The Cowboy will be looking to spoil his party on Saturday night.
During the UFC 246 press conference earlier this week, McGregor predicted that he would win this weekend's fight vs Cerrone via K.O.
We'll have to wait and see if that happens, but White's early release of the UFC 246 opening video will certainly hype fans up for the event.News Now - Sport News