\u2018The Notorious\u2019 says we can expect to see him fight again before the summer following his 40-second victory over Cowboy. Conor McGregor\u2019s spectacular 40-second knockout victory over Donald Cerrone at UFC 246 last night will be added to his illustrious resume and apparently, it won\u2019t be long before he matches up with another opponent which he expects to happen \u201cvery, very quickly.\u201d ESPN\u2019s Ariel Helwani had the privilege of interviewing Notorious after the fight in his locker room and he answered some questions that fans no doubt had about his plans for the near future. The interview started off with Helwani asking McGregor to put into words how this victory feels after having been through what he has since the Khabib Nurmagomedov fight. \u201cHard work pays. I\u2019m no different than before I just was committed and worked hard\u201d said McGregor\u201d. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vNp0tOnrfqoA&featureemb_title The Irishman was obviously very emotional after coming back and completely dominating his opponent in Donald \u2018Cowboy\u2019 Cerrone. Fighting is an emotional game you have no idea it\u2019s a rollercoaster of emotions, maybe a little more this time,\u201d McGregor referring to his ups and downs. Helwani then brought up the fact that Mcgregor had been out for a while which led to the question of whether he missed the feeling of being back here with his team and family as well as getting to celebrate after a fight. \u201cCome on now, I lost in a boxing match and then I tapped in an MMA fight. I\u2019ve never really been beat let\u2019s be real. You\u2019ve never seen me beat you beat a man by concussing him, putting him down.\u201d \u201cI\u2019ve been outside the game and sporadic with my commitment to it so it\u2019s good to be back most certainly though.\u201d When asked if he expected the fight the start out the way it did, McGregor responded... \u201cHe was planning to head kick me, he wanted to knock me out with a head kick so I\u2019m happy to catch him I knew he had flaws in his own game. What a record he has to hold the most head kick knockouts so to catch him with a head kick I was very very pleased with that.\u201d Conor McGregor\u2019s victory makes him the first man to get a knockout victory in three weight classes (145, 155, and 170 pounds) which Helwani brought up to the former two-division champion. \u201cThat was something I was going for a knockout victory across three weight divisions granted it was a technical knockout (TKO) but a knockout nonetheless. Donald is a phenomenal fighter he\u2019s not easy to put away. No one puts him away like that in 40 seconds.\u201d McGregor then talked about how he could have finished the fight a little earlier but that was probably due to his time away from the cage. Then for the big question about how quickly we may expect him to come back... \u201cvery, very quickly, God willing I come out fresh here tonight so I\u2019ll have a celebration tonight, a little celebration, spend time with the family and then I\u2019m back to training.\u201d McGregor says he\u2019ll probably be back before summer too and he\u2019s not sure which weight class he\u2019ll decide to compete in just yet. There\u2019s also no opponent that he has in mind for his next fight so we\u2019ll just have to wait and see. Watch the full interview where Conor McGregor also answered questions we have not covered from the interview.