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One of the people who helped UFC ‘make money’ has just announced his retirement, although Conor McGregor has not had a match recently, although the most attractive MMA tournament has returned.
Conor McGregor, the boxer who made the difference in the modern MMA recently announced his retirement from his status via Twitter: “Hey guys, I decided to give up fighting. Thank you. All of you for wonderful memories! What we have had is amazing. Here is the picture of me and my mother in Las Vegas, one of the times I went to the top of the world. “
McGregor did not forget to send his words of love to his mother, Mrs. Magaret McGregor. This is the third time the Irish MMA star has announced his retirement. The last time McGregor wanted to give up the octagon cage was after losing to Khabib Nurmagomedov. The Russian boxer defended the belt against Conor by winning the neck break in the fourth quarter.
McGregor is remembered not only for his talent on the stage but also for his classic “mouth-to-mouth” performances, along with the crowd-pull skills that helped MMA in general and the UFC company to grow dramatically in terms of fans. Of course, the MMA community has been standing idly by the announcement of McGregor’s latest, because recently, a series of important fighters all intend to leave UFC.
McGregor’s career was tied to MMA, but the match that rose to the superstar in the sports industry was a duel with Mayweather at boxing station in August 2017. McGregor lost to Mayweather but still earned $ 100 million in a performance-heavy match.
McGregor is a famous Irish punch. He was the first person in history to own two UFC championships with a victory over Eddie Alvarez in 2016. McGregor also drew attention to the boxing arena with Floyd Mayweather in August 2017. McGregor then returned to MMA but has only played two more matches since then.
McGregor has an MMA record of 22 wins, 4 losses. According to DailyMail, “Crazy guy” has earned about $ 100 million during his MMA career.
Although it is also in the name of mixed martial arts, MMA competitions around the world do not always use the same set of rules.
After more than 25 years of development, MMA has become a popular form of competition in the world. However, as with other competitive disciplines, each MMA tournament undergoes a period of change and use of different rules.
Unified Mixed Martial Rules used by UFC
Starting with the UFC 28 in 2000, UFC uses the Unified Mixed Martial Rules proposed by the New Jersey State Sports Commission. The law later received the support of the Association of Boxing Committees and was applied throughout North America. This is seen as the official door to help UFC to get the consensus organized by the states. And the most prominent individual in the construction of this code is UFC referee Big John McCarthy.
The 5-minute / half game rules, the rules of the upper outfit or the ban, Unified Mixed Martial Rules also continuously have adjustments. All are aimed at making MMA more professional in the eyes of the audience and avoiding judgments as a form of competition. Currently, MMA tournaments in North America such as BELLATOR, PFL, LFA or European MMA tournaments like Cage Warriors, KSW, M-1 Global also use this Code.
ONE Championship, PRIDE Fighting Championship and soccer-kick
As UFC counterparts in Asia, PRIDE FC and ONE Championship also use different laws to their North American competitors. Most especially, the audience still remembers the equally competitive law of PRIDE FC.
When UFC dropped the blow to the opponent’s head while lying down, PRIDE FC in Japan continued to maintain these techniques. The audience is not uncommon images of soccer kicks or stomps kicks on the opponent’s head while lying down. It is fierce, but PRIDE FC forbids fighters to use elbow techniques, a weapon when effective on the stage.