McGregor’s winning streak consists of eight knockouts and he will return to his home town on Saturday night to face Brazilian Brandao.
Paddy Power are also offering money back on losing single bets placed on the method of victory market prior to the fight, if is finished in the first round.
McGregor is fully focused on the fight and doesn’t feel that his opponent on Saturday night will bring anything that he has not faced and dealt with before.
“I’ve seen him fight before and I viewed him as a part-time martial artist,” said McGregor. “A guy that’s not 100 per cent there, you know? A guy that, maybe, shows up to training, but then leaves training and his head’s not in it after that.
“I put him down as a part-timer. We’ve had words about that – but now we’re going to throw down.
“The battle is already going on in his head right now. I don’t have to do anything. I believe he’s floating from gym to gym, from coach to coach, taking up the path of a journeyman.
“It’s the journeyman that does that. He’s having his own battles right now, but all I hope is that he shows up on the night.”
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