The king is back: UFC have released an amazing highlights video of Conor McGregor's six most brutal finishes - from teeth-rattling KOs to one that's absolutely filthy.
We've ranked them from sixth spot to the undisputed, GOAT, most savage 'Notorious' knockout.
Check out every single action-packed Conor McGregor UFC fight here, then dare come tell us any of these placings are wrong.
6. Hammering Dustin
Filthy but beautiful. 'Mystic Mac' hurts Dustin Poirier - badly - in the first round, then doesn't care where the hammer fists land so long as they shatter 'The Diamond'. Mission accomplished.
5. Debut destruction
Pretty sure Marcus Brimage still feels these jaw-shattering uppercuts every time he brushes his teeth - absolutely incredibly variety and combination striking in McGregor's first ever UFC fight.
4. Dublin street fight
Conor downs Diego Brandao with a trademark left in front of the most frenzied Irish crowd in history, then ends him with EIGHT raw, salty, right-hand blows. Absolutely spine-tingling.
3. Bloody and brutal
A bleeding McGregor wrecks wrestling machine Chad Mendes by opening up with a combo, then pulverising him with a monster left hand that may be the hardest he's ever thrown. Mercy!
2. Four perfect punches
The relaxed arrogance of Conor's hands-behind-the-back stance! And Eddie Alvarez wishes he'd kept them there when a two-fisted, heat-seeking combo rips away his lightwelt belt.
1. Just. Like. That.
"Timing beats speed. Precision beats power." One pure, hard, pinpoint punch separates Jose Aldo from his senses - and featherweight title - in 13 seconds. The KO that cemented 'The Notorious' as running this whole game.
Agree or disagree? Well, you can see all 12 of Conor McGregor's UFC fights - in full, with build-up, post-fight and interviews - right now on the UFC's Fight Pass website.
Check them out, then tell us what we've got right or wrong.
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