ByJason Nawara, writer at Creators.co
Jason Nawara

The fallout from UFC 205 is finally starting to settle, and as we look around the newly-formed landscape ruled by King McGregor, it's best to look back at the historic night at Madison Square Garden at least one (or five) more times.

In the final video blog in the lead up to #UFC205, McGregor's coach Owen Roddy shows Saturday night before UFC 205 in all its glory, then #ConorMcGregor's UFC 205 locker room prep in all its glory, and then finally the Irishman's after-party in all its glory.

There's a lot of glory going on in this video, and it's all well-deserved.

Who can deny the massive amount of props that should be flowing towards McGregor and his staff? Of course, Nick Diaz. He was in attendance at the after-party and was hating on the whole, historic and happy shebang:

Nick gonna Nick! Basically, the elder Diaz is saying that he was the first dual-division champ but that doesn't really make sense. Maybe he meant because he beat Gomi in Pride (which was ruled a no-contest after he popped for weed) then went on to win the Strikeforce belt, but even then it wasn't like he didn't have the K.J. Noons loss in there. C'mon, Nick!