Conor McGregor could be the first UFC fighter to make up to $100 million by the time his career is over, according to ESPN.com. Conor walked away with $15 million after his rematch with Nate Diaz. The main event between McGregor and Alvarez in UFC 205 has been one of the biggest shows of the year. Dana White said, "Woodley versus Thompson was the fight of the night." Right after, Conor McGregor declared, he wants to move up in weight and add the UFC welterweight belt to his collection.

If Woodley fights McGregor, he will make some cash

It was a back and forth battle between Woodley and Thompson, but while Woodley kept the belt, he still didn't get the win at New York City--It was a weird draw, and the fans think there's still some unfinished business between those two! Tyron always wanted to be the undisputed champion of the world, but for years, he has put in a lot of practice time in the gym away from his family. He has the opportunity now, "This is a sport where we can make lots of money," Tyron explains.

Welterweight fighters are naturally going to be a lot bigger and stronger than Conor

Conor McGregor has heavy hands, long arms, and excellent timing--and with his boxing, he might be able to hold his own at 170 pounds. But Tyron is extremely fast at take-downs and eventually during a fight, Conor is going to get hit by Woodley; is his chin going to be able to take the enormous power? "Look before you leap into a dangerously deep division," Stephen Thompson cautions McGregor!

If he would fight "Wonderboy" first, he's very creative and has a kickboxing background--Thompson has dangerous leg kicks and uses front and side kicks to keep opponents at a distance.

Tyron Woodley shocked the MMA world by knocking out Robby Lawler in the first round and obtaining the welterweight crown. Is Conor McGregor in over his head? Should Tyron Woodley cash in on an easy fight with a smaller UFC fighter?

Don't forget to watch UFC 206 on December 10, 2016, and UFC 207 on December 30, 2016.

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