Conor McGregor had a victorious return to the Octagon with a first-round TKO win over Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone to close out UFC 246 in Las Vegas on Saturday.
McGregor wasted no time in launching right into the assault that ended the fight with a creative combination of shoulder strikes and punches that overwhelmed Cowboy from the jump.
The 31-year-old plans on fighting in 2020, though.
It can be Jorge [Masvidal], it can be Kamaru [Usman], it can be the Khabib rematch, it can be Tony [Ferguson], it can be Justin [Gaethje].
If he chooses to stay at welterweight, a title fight with Kamaru Usman would be on the table, or another spectacle against Jorge Masvidal with the "BMF" title on the line again would be a huge event.