Conor McGregor hopes to make history on March 5 by becoming the UFC's first two-weight world champion
Conor McGregor takes to the Octagon for the first time since his 13-second knock-out of Jose Aldo in December last year and this time looks to dethrone a different Brazilian.
After being crowned UFC Featherweight champion (145lbs), McGregor is now hoping to become the UFC's first two-weight world champion when he faces lightweight champion Rafael Dos Anjos on March 5 in Las Vegas.
McGregor made the decision to move up to the 155lbs division and has hinted at the possibility of moving up to 170lbs after this.
Ahead of the bout, which also features women's bantamweight champion Holly Holm's fight with Meisha Tate, the UFC have released the extended promo for the fight.