BT Sport are putting on an absolute treat for any and all Conor McGregor fans on Monday, April 6.
This Monday night, they are showing EVERY SINGLE McGregor fight from the UFC, dating all the way back to his debut with the company against Marcus Brimage.
That fight took place back in 2013, and it was the Irishman's first venture into the Octagon with Dana White's company, and ever since that night, he's gone on to fight 11 more times.
Some wins, a couple of losses, but plenty of high-drama and superb fights, and now BT Sport are going to show them all back to back for our pleasure on Monday night.
Why they are doing this? We do not know, but during this lockdown and isolation period, we really aren't going to complain.
Even Notorious himself responded to BT's idea, and it's safe to say he approves.
He wrote on his Twitter account: "Wow! Awesome @btsportufc! Thank you so much. All of my UFC bouts to date. This Monday on BT Sports! 9pm to Midnight. 3 hours is what it took me to break the game. Including commercials 😂 Enjoy ❤️"
So, if you had any plans for Monday night, which, let's be real, you probably didn't, you now do.
From 9pm until midnight, you can watch every single Conor McGregor fight from UFC, and it will certainly be an evening well spent.
The Max Holloway battle where he injured himself but still prevailed, the 13-second knockout of Jose Aldo, the heated battles against Nate Diaz, and, of course, the war with Khabib Nurmagomedov.
Monday night just got a whole lot more exciting, and that's something we should be thankful for right now.
Consider us there, BT Sport.
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