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"Diaz maintained top position and moved into full-mount, while landing heavy shots. It was an ominous situation for Conor. Exhausted and at the mercy of a high-level BJJ practitioner, he tried once more to break free but ended up exposing his back momentarily. Diaz needed no invitation to seize the opportunity. He locked in a rear naked choke and there was no way out. Conor tapped, referee Herb Dean stepped in to confirm the biggest win of Diaz’s career, and a deafening silence at the MGM Grand greeted Conor McGregor’s first taste of defeat in the UFC.
While the rest of the world began to come to terms with the implications of such a shocking outcome, the result was the furthest thing from my thoughts at that moment. I needed to know that Conor was okay. That straight left had hurt him and he’d taken a few more after that too. Even if he had won, my initial thoughts would have been the same. He had ***shipped his fair share of damage***. It was much later, when I thought about the impact of the defeat, that I said to myself: ‘I’ll do whatever I have to do to make sure I never see him hurt like that again.’"
Is it about the damage Conor suffered or inflicted?