Conor McGregor is hailing his coach, Ian Garry, after his incredible comeback win over Song Kenan at UFC 285. The Irishman, who is widely regarded as one of the greatest mixed martial artists of all time, was able to overcome a tough first round to secure a second-round TKO victory over the Chinese fighter.
McGregor was in control of the fight from the start, but Song was able to land some hard shots in the first round that had the Irishman on the back foot. However, McGregor was able to regroup and come back strong in the second round, landing a series of strikes that eventually led to the stoppage.
After the fight, McGregor took to social media to thank his coach, Ian Garry, for his help in preparing for the fight. He wrote: “Thank you to my coach Ian Garry for the preparation and guidance. He has been with me since the start and I am forever grateful.”
Garry has been with McGregor since the beginning of his career and has been instrumental in helping him become one of the most successful fighters in the UFC. He has been credited with helping McGregor develop his striking and ground game, as well as his mental approach to the sport.
McGregor’s win at UFC 285 was his first victory since his loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov in 2018. It was a huge win for the Irishman and a testament to the hard work he has put in with Garry.
McGregor’s win was also a huge boost for Garry, who has been with the Irishman since the start of his career. Garry has been a key part of McGregor’s success and his win at UFC 285 is a testament to the hard work and dedication he has put in to help the Irishman reach the top of the sport.
McGregor’s win at UFC 285 was a huge moment for both him and Garry, and it is clear that the two have a strong bond. McGregor’s win was a huge boost for Garry and a testament to the hard work and dedication he has put in to help the Irishman reach the top of the sport.