Eddie Alvarez Is Fed Up! ‘The UFC Keeps Showing Conor Knocking Me Out’

Former UFC lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez and Conor McGregor at UFC 205.

In order to promote its events, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) often shows off highlights of some of their most notable octagon performances. There’s also probably none more famous than the one of Eddie Alvarez getting knocked out by Conor McGregor.

Stunning knockout finishes, crazy submission victories or just brutal all-out wars, nothing is off the table for the UFC’s promotional videos. However, it would appear that former UFC lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez is quite tired of one knockout highlight in particular. Alvarez is tired of watching Conor McGregor get the better of him.

UFC megastar Conor “Notorious” McGregor made history last year when he became the first UFC fighter to hold two championship belts at the same time. Already a UFC featherweight champion, the fighter would go on to fight Eddie Alvarez for the lightweight title.

Eddie Alvarez suffered a title ending loss to “Notorious” at UFC 205. McGregor locked in a TKO victory in the second round of their match up after unloading a flurry of strikes to his opponent. Now, the moment has been captured by the UFC as a highlight for fans to see again and again.

Appearing on a podcast, as heard in the video below, Eddie Alvarez expressed his frustration with having to watch the title ending moment again and again.

He said, “They keep showing that every f**king week.”

Alvarez later explained his frustration with two questions, “I’m like ‘what the f**k is this?’ Am I being promoted here?”

For Alvarez’s full thoughts on the matter, see the video below: