Danie Cormier Believes Conor McGregor changed the UFC: "People want to not give Conor credit for it."

June 3, 2020 by Jack Ol

Conor McGregor is one of the most loved UFC contenders on earth today. The former two-division titleholder is truly one of the most outstanding to ever step foot in the Octagon. In any case, there are numerous traits of his that warrant him a platform as high as he has. Also, Daniel Cormier opened up around one of the traits during the most recent release of DC and Helwani.

\While examining the Jon Jones/Dana White battle satchel adventure, DC clarified how The Notorious One changed the qualification of warriors to win genuine cash. He stated:

“I’m gonna tell you this right now. I won the belt in 2015. This was when Conor McGregor was becoming the man, right? And truly changing the pay structure of the UFC. People want to not give Conor credit for it. But, if a guy made a million dollars back in the day? It was massive! Conor McGregor blew the roof off in terms of what MMA fighters could make.”

Without a doubt, McGregor changed the budgetary substance of the UFC. His battle with Jose Aldo broke the record for the most elevated measure of the door. What's more, at long last, Jose couldn't turn up for the battle!

Following that, his super battles with Nate Diaz and Khabib Nurmagomedov broke every single imaginable record of monetary profit that the UFC could get with