There is likely no bigger fight in the UFC for Conor McGregor or Nate Diaz than the trilogy match that’s been set up for the past two-years.
The fighting rivals broke every UFC record regarding money in both their fights, now holding the #1 and #2 most bought pay-per-views in UFC history. A third matchup promises to deliver the same result.
Now, in a new interview with Express.co.uk, McGregor’s head coach John Kavanagh breaks down why the Nate Diaz Trilogy is a chapter that must take place.
Here’s what he said:
“Well, you know, it’s one a piece. It’s one a piece. And I just think stylistically it’s a good fight.
“And even the lead-up, there’s a lot of fun in the lead-up. I think they work personality wise against each other in the press room and so on.
“For me, as a fan, I just think it’s a really fun matchup.
“So the equaliser to be drawn at 155lbs, I just think it would put a nice exclamation point and underline that part of his life.
Should this fight happen next?