McGregor hits Diaz with a left during their welterweight rematch.
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Conor McGregor got his revenge. Now he wants a third fight on his terms. The two put on an action-packed fight in which McGregor came out strong and then hung on in a tiring, bloody slugfest. McGregor immediately challenged Diaz to a third fight – but only if Diaz would come down to the lightweight division.The persistent Diaz found his footing later in the second, though, unleashing a flurry of strikes and knocking McGregor against the fence. Diaz continued to attack in the third and, for the final 90 seconds of the fourth, they stood in the center of the cage and exchanged blows.Diaz's endurance was the difference in the first fight. McGregor pummeled Diaz with multiple shots in the first round, giving Diaz a bloody facial gash, but Diaz weathered the storm and countered with a few shots of his own near the end of the round.
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