From welfare checks to a $100-million payday, Conor McGregor's road to stardom

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By Lance Pugmire, Los Angeles Times

“I’ve seen difficult times. I know what that’s like. I learned from when I’ve lost and I’ve put things in place to make sure it doesn’t happen again,” McGregor said recently. “If you beat me, I’ll say fair enough and I’ll come back better and get you the next time. You can’t keep me down. I learn from everything. Every experience makes me better.”

 

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