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Coral’s unmissable McGregor specials for UFC bout with Diaz

| 06.03.2016

Lee Gormley | March 3, 2016

Promising McGregor UFC specials from Coral

The UFC’s leading figure Conor McGregor takes to the octagon once again this weekend, as he comes face-to-face with American Nate Diaz in a welterweight match-up, having massively moved up since securing the featherweight title from Jose Aldo.

As part of the excitement for the UFC 196 main event in Las Vegas, Coral are offering customers plenty of unmissable specials bets for the showdown, so read on and see these tasty bets for McGregor’s latest outing in Sin City…

McGregor wins within 13 seconds – 25/1

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No matter what McGregor achieves in his career in the future, the Irishman will always be remembered for dethroning previously long-standing featherweight champion Aldo, in incredibly just 13 seconds last year.

In his first appearance since that iconic knockout, you can back ‘the Notorious’ to halt his next opponent Diaz within the same time or less at a tasty 25/1. McGregor boasts swift 16, 13 and FOUR-second stoppages in his career, so could history repeat itself?

McGregor prevails in 59 seconds or less – 13/2

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Having become rightfully known as ‘Mystic Mac’ for successfully predicting the outcome of many of his octagon battles, will the Dubliner correctly call this one?

The 27-year-old has backed up each of his previous calls and has declared that he will finish off Diaz within the opening round’s early stages, so back him to continue his streak with a win within 59 seconds at 13/2.

Diaz shows McGregor middle finger – 1/2


Brash character Diaz isn’t one for holding back, especially when it comes to one-finger gestures towards foes, particularly McGregor.

The 30-year-old Californian has already been seen flashing the middle finger at McGregor and is odds-on 1/2 to do so again anytime during his encounter with McGregor. Though he may be busy trying to avoid that dangerous left hand instead!

McGregor’s last shot to be left hand – evens

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Speaking of McGregor’s deadly left hand, the Dublin assassin’s main asset has become arguably the most threatening shot in the sport.

All that have felt the devastating punch power of his reliant strike have suffered the consequences, and you can back McGregor’s last shot before the referee intervenes to stop proceedings to be with his left hand at even-money.

For potential new customers, you can back McGregor to beat Diaz at an amazing 10/1 this weekend, with a max £5 stake and likely winnings paid out as free bets.

Both fighters enter with national flags – 8/11

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Bearing from the heart of Ireland and displaying his country’s colours every fight, McGregor is sure to enter the Las Vegas arena draped in green, white and orange, while Diaz has always been one to carry America’s flag into bouts.

At odds of 8/11 for both fighters to come to the octagon in personal possession of their own nation’s flag, you would be mad to miss out on this one!

Fight to end within 59 seconds – 6/1

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McGregor is the clear favourite to prevail in this meeting with stand-in rival Diaz, and could easily end his opponent’s night inside 59 seconds, but the American challenger is no pushover, possessing a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu.

Diaz is likely to try and take the fighting to the floor, while McGregor seeks that devastating KO blow, so odds of 6/1 for the main event to end within 59 seconds in favour of either fighter is surely worth a punt.


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Lee Gormley

Lee joined the Coral team in 2014 after studying at Leeds Trinity University, having moved across the water from Ireland, and has plenty of industry experience from his time with various news outlets in both England and Northern Ireland. After graduating with a BA Honours degree in Sports Journalism, he has since become an important member of the talented sports desk, passionately covering boxing, football and snooker, among many other sports. Lee is also a massive Manchester United and Republic of Ireland fan, but curbs any bias during his work, and outside of his job can be found regularly taking part in sport himself, such as boxing, GAA and football.