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Conor McGregor Predicts Massive Victory Against Jose Aldo: ‘I Will Be An Animal In There’

Sat, December 12, 2015 11:00am EDT by Chris Rogers 2 Comments
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Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo will go head-to-head once again on Saturday, Dec. 12, at UFC 194 in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. It’s one of the most promoted fights in UFC history, and Conor told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that he believes he’ll come out on top.

The UFC fight between Conor McGregor, 27, and Jose Aldo, 29, which will take place in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Dec. 12, could end in a number of ways, but Conor predicts a massive victory against Jose.

“What is in my head is victory. I must strike, evade, strike, press and finish. This is a war that is in my head. I will be an animal in there. My mind is on the job! Everyone else is a watered down version of myself. I will perform. I will win,” Conor told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.

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Unfortunately, not everyone can be a winner, and that includes Ronda Rousey. When asked about her recent loss against Holly Holm, Conor said the first thing he thought was “the technical aspect of the contest. I watched Holly put on a good performance. She struck and evaded. I watched Ronda fight a little bit emotionally. I am sure she had a lot on her plate and it showed in the contest. Holly came from the dark and from the shadows and that can help a person. I mean look at Rocky III. Rocky was doing all the ads and the talk shows while Clubber Lange was coming up in the shadows and he was hungry. I actually watched that the other day and thought it was a reference to things. I am like Rocky, I have it all, I want it all but I am still training like Clubber. Still grinding and hungry. I am balanced. I think Ronda got distracted. Holly put on a phenomenal performance. Beautiful fight and Ronda will be back!” Click here to buy and watch Rocky III.

It sounds like Conor has been training hard so that he can beat Jose later tonight. The fight will air on PPV at 10p.m. ET.

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you expect Conor to win? Tell us how you feel!