Damn! He’s looking damn good and fast.
“With gyms, cars, transport, flights, accommodations, I’d estimate we’re talking a $300,000 camp here,” McGregor told ESPN. “This is a big, big expense, but what I make is big. So, in the bigger picture, it’s rather small.”
Everything has been accounted for, sparring partners are specific to Nate’s frame and skillset.
Previously, McGregor didn’t have this luxury to train for a specific opponent, mostly because his opponent often changes before a scheduled bout.