Conor McGregor made an exact prediction for Cowboy Cerrone KO one week before

Irish UFC icon Conor McGregor shocked the world with his accurate prediction of a knockout victory over Donald Cerrone in 2020. Prior to the match, McGregor shared his prediction with his fiancée during a conversation.

McGregor competed against MMA veteran Donald Cerrone in a highly-anticipated comeback match, where he showcased his dominance by securing a first-round knockout victory. With an incredible head kick that left Cerrone reeling, McGregor capitalized on the opening. He relentlessly attacked his opponent until the match swiftly ended in under 40 seconds.

This remarkable triumph marked McGregor’s return to the octagon after an extended hiatus following his loss to bitter rival Khabib Nurmagomedov in 2018.

The moment of triumph was captured in McGregor’s Netflix documentary “McGregor Forever,” where his fiancée Dee Devlin was celebrating his victory.

Going backstage to congratulate McGregor, Dee Devlin revealed his prediction. She ecstatically said: “Oh my god I can’t believe it! You know what Conor said to me last week, he said to me ‘everyone thinks he’s going to knock me out with a head kick, I’m going to knock him out with a head kick’. I swear to god.”

Devlin went inside his dressing room to give her fiancé a loving hug and congratulate him on his victory with Cerrone. Following his victorious return, McGregor faced subsequent setbacks as he suffered from back-to-back losses against Poirier.

Now McGregor aims to regain his former glory by competing in the 170lb weight class. He will be competing against Michael Chandler later this year. McGregor hopes to execute another knockout victory that would propel him towards a potential title shot.

The much-anticipated showdown between McGregor and Chandler has already generated significant buzz. Both competitors worked as rival coaches in the latest season of the TUF reality series. The two engaged in intense trash-talking and face-offs that further heightened anticipation for their forthcoming clash.

In a recent interview with The Mac Life, McGregor expressed his admiration for Chandler’s skills while asserting his own superiority.

McGregor told: “I like Michael, I had a good little buzz with him yesterday. ”

“Just having a buzz with him, he’s a nice guy. I think I’m just gonna slice through him. I think I’m a little too slicey for him than anyone else he’s fought – a little too snappy and whippy.”

“He’s more of an athlete type of a guy than a technical martial artist. I know he’s got some skills in the wrestling department, and he’s got some skills overall, but as far as like the small, finer details, I’m not sure. I’m happy where I’m at. It will be an interesting one before I go against him.”