Joe Rogan Left Dazzled as He Outlines ‘Secret’ of Conor McGregor’s 8 Year Old UFC Win- “It’s Not Guaranteed”

Published 02/04/2024, 10:49 AM EST

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Joe Rogan recently released his latest episode, #2097, of his famous podcast, the Joe Rogan Experience. The JRE host invited stand-up comic, actor, and broadcast personality, Jeff Dye, for a candid chat. Rogan is known for his ability to engage his audience and his guests with unique conversations. This time around, the 56-year-old UFC color commentator spoke about the power of manifestation.

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While speaking to his guest, Rogan and Dye watched the famous video of Conor McGregor after his famous win eight years back. McGregor is a former two-division champion, and Rogan believes he achieved success because he believed.

Joe Rogan talks about manifestation and it’s power

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Conor McGregor achieved one of the rarest feats in the UFC when he became a champion in two different weight classes. ‘ The Notorious’ one took on Jose Aldo at UFC 194 in 2015 for the featherweight title first. He won the fight via knockout in the first few seconds of the fight and won the belt. The Dubliner then took on Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 in Madison Square Garden and became the lightweight champion. He thus became the first fighter in the history of the UFC to hold two belts in different divisions.

McGregor has always been very vocal about his goals and Rogan believed he manifested the belts. During his video Rogan said: ” Yeah because that was what he envisioned. He envisioned him standing there with those two belts and he made it happen. He really did it. Like there’s something to that f…ng Opera horse s..t. Like manifestation the secret. You know something to that. There’s something to it, but it’s not guaranteed. There’s something to it. There’s something weird to. 

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While the Dubliner previously held a unique record, his recent form inside the Octagon is a cause of concern. His absence from the Octagon has also raised questions about his fighting skills which once made him a two-division champion. Recently McGregor took to his X (formerly Twitter) to announce his return and the fans hope to see him return to action soon.

Will Conor McGregor finally make a comeback in 2024?

Conor McGregor was last seen inside the Octagon at UFC 264 against Dustin Poirier. He not only lost the battle but also suffered a serious leg injury. Since then the Dubliner has been working hard to make a return. The fans believed that he would make a comeback at UFC 300, but his latest post hint something else. McGregor announced that he would a comeback at the International Fight Week against Michael Chandler in the 185 pound division.

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The pair has been going against each other for a long time now and want to settle things once for all. However the fans still await any official announcement regarding the fight by the UFC. With McGregor back to full fitness and willing to fight it seems the Dubliner is now ready to make a return. Will the UFC finally make an announcement about his next fight soon? Will he make a return in 2024? Let us know in the comments below.

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Anirban Chatterjee

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I am Anirban, an MMA enthusiast with the opportunity to combine my fascination for the sport with my professional adventures as a UFC writer at EssentiallySports. Apart from being a professional athlete, MMA and Soccer are sports that I have always enjoyed following. I am a huge fan of ‘The Notorious’ Conor McGregor, and Israel Adesanya.
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