Welcome to our special comprehensive UFC 205 results page, which we updated throughout the night of the fights with all the action in the cage and reactions outside of it. It was a crazy night of fights in Madison Square Garden, worthy of the legendary sports venue’s reputation. Over 20,000 people packed into the arena to see Conor McGregor make history, but it wasn’t just about McGregor. Every fight on the card delivered.
In the end, the UFC handed out its $50,000 performance bonuses to Yoel Romero and Conor McGregor, while Tyron Woodley vs Stephen Thompson was awarded Fight of the Night. Now let’s see what all the fuss was about.
Conor McGregor defeats Eddie Alvarez via KO (Round 2 at 3:04)
Conor McGregor just made UFC history, and he made it look easy. The now two division champion was just too fast for Eddie Alvarez, and used that speed to pick Eddie apart on the feet, knocking him down three times in the first before finishing him off in the second. Afterwards, he was coy about his future, but it certainly didn’t sound like he was planning on slowing down any time soon. Which is a good thing, because the UFC (and the fans) need him.