At UFC 196, Nate Diaz choked out Conor McGrgor, which ended the fifteen fight win streak for the sport’s biggest star. At UFC 202, Conor McGregor got redemption, as he defeated Nate Diaz in a bloody battle by majority decision. One judge scores the fight as a 47-47 draw, and the other two judges scored it 49-48 fot McGregor, which is the same way that SportSmasher.com scored it. Conor McGregor winning was a huge win for th UFC, who now will likely book a rubber match between Diaz and McGregor, and the trilogy fight should do huge numbers from an earnings standpoint. For the next fight, McGregor needs to build his cardio, he spent six figures on his training camp for UFC 202 and seemed to gas in the second round.