The UFC hype machine is often bullshit, but once in a while the hype is absolutely deserved and I knew conor was going to be a great fighter when he dispatched Poirer and made it look ridiculously easy. The true test was of course, not aldo, but Mendes and it still stands to reason that Conor's weakness is a wrestle-fucker with a full camp behind him. On the feet though, nobody matches this guy, nobody. I may be getting overexcited here, but I feel like Conor is the shining example of what the new generation of MMA fighters will be about - truly seamless fighting skills, rather than the distinctly mix-and-match characteristic of the previous generation.
As for what happened with Aldo, straight left down the pipe as aldo lept in and didn't cover his entry. Simple, efficient, beautiful.
I was most impressed with the accuracy, and this is probably why conor scores KOs so easily. He is really, really accurate with his straight shots, the top of his fist connected perfectly with the tip of aldo's chin. Thats a dangerous dude.