Irish wrestler Connor McGregor settled his fight with American Donald Cerrone in 40 seconds, and on Sunday he won his first confrontation since his historic loss to Russian Habib Nurmadmadov.
McGregor began the battle that took place in the city of Las Vegas quickly, and surprised his opponent with a quick attack and directed successive strikes using his feet.
Only took McGregor 40 seconds to make his return.
Cirone, 36, nicknamed Cowboy, fell to the ground before the Irish wrestler continued his assault by punching, and the referee declared the end of the fight with McGregor's victory just 40 seconds after the start of the fight.
McGregor, 31, fought his first fight since losing in October 2018 to Russian Habib Nurmmadov, at the famous Las Vegas tournament for the lightweight world champion.
The MacGregor and Serone bout received widespread attention, and the head of the World Mixed Combat Games Federation, Dana White, said ticket revenue was about $ 10 million.