Video: MacDonald discusses his six greatest fights

Rory MacDonald before he fought Stephen Thompson in 2016. | Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images

Check out the PFL’s Rory MacDonald talk about the greatest fights in his storied career.

Rory MacDonald is getting set to face Gleison Tibau tomorrow in the latest round of welterweight match-ups in PFL’s 2021 season. Previously, MacDonald helped his chances of winning the $1 million grand prize by submitting Curtis Millender in the first round.

MacDonald joined the PFL in 2020 after a three year stint in Bellator that saw him win that promotion’s welterweight title and compete for the middleweight title. Prior to that MacDonald had a long tenure in the UFC which lead to a number of epic contests, one of which remains as perhaps the most memorable fights ever to happen in an MMA cage.

MacDonald recently caught up with our official YouTube channel Combat Culture to talk about his history in the sport (a history that stretches back to when he debuted at just 16-years of age).

With Combat Culture MacDonald, aka The Waterboy, Ares and Red King, broke down his six greatest fights/opponents.

Check the video above to hear MacDonald speak candidly about the following contests:

Demian Maia, UFC 170, February 22, 2014.
Nate Diaz, UFC 129, April 30, 2014.
B.J. Penn, UFC on FOX 5, December 8, 2012.
Tyron Woodley, UFC 174, June 14, 2014.

Douglas Lima, Bellator 192, January 20, 2018 & Bellator 232, October 26, 2019.

Robbie Lawler, UFC 189, July 11, 2015.

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