Conor McGregor has returned to MMA, and he is ready to ride again.
There is no more famous or successful (in an overarching sense) MMA fighter in the history of the sport, and he appears to be emphatically back from his four-year, on-and-off hiatus from the sport.
Cerrone quickly initiated a clinch, but McGregor responded brilliantly, literally hopping up to land what looked like three nifty shoulder strikes that landed cleanly across Cerrone's face.
With Cerrone stunned, McGregor fired a head kick that landed, if you'll pardon the medical jargon, upside his head.
The money fight to end all money fights, of course, is back down at lightweight, where champ Khabib Nurmagomedov (28-0) looks as terrifying and ravenous as ever.