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Where Next For Conor McGregor If He Loses To Nate Diaz At UFC 196?

Brian Barry has already written a piece on Conor McGregor’s potential path should he emerge victorious from his March 5th welterweight bout with Nate Diaz, but in what direction will “The Notorious” go should he fall to the Stockton savage at UFC 196? When it was first announced that the featherweight champion would be making a 10lb jump in weight …

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Watch: Jose Aldo Finally Explains Why He Rejected A Rematch With Conor McGregor At UFC 196

This evening, the most highly anticipated episode of The MMA Hour in some time was aired live on YouTube.  It was announced early on Monday morning that this week’s episode of The MMA Hour would include guests such as Holly Holm, Jose Aldo, Frankie Edgar, Anthony Pettis, Herb Dean, and Conor McGregor’s movement coach, Ido Portal. With UFC 196 approaching this …

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Rafael Dos Anjos Injured, Will No Longer Fight Conor McGregor At UFC 196

Multiple reputable sources, including MMAFighting, are reporting that the highly-anticipated super-fight between UFC lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos and featherweight king Conor McGregor is off, as the Brazilian has withdrawn due to a foot injury. At this point the details of the situation remain sketchy, and it is unclear as to whether McGregor will remain on the UFC 196 card. …

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Watch: Epic New Mini-Documentary About Conor McGregor’s UFC 194 Exploits (Full)

There is an old saying, “You can’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been”.  With the UFC lightweight championship super-fight between Conor McGregor and Rafael dos Anjos now agonisingly close, Fox Sports have embraced the philosophy espoused in that phrase by releasing a new behind-the-scenes mini-documentary about “The Notorious” one’s last assignment. McGregor’s fight with Jose Aldo at …

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Conor McGregor’s Head Coach Opens Up About Welterweight Plans

LAS VEGAS, NV - DECEMBER 12: Conor McGregor is shown in the Octagon before his featherweight title fight against Jose Aldo during UFC 194 at MGM Grand Garden Arena on December 12, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Steve Marcus/Getty Images)

Conor McGregor’s head coach John Kavanagh has welcomed the possibility of the Dubliner moving up to challenge for the welterweight title in the future. Rumours have gathered momentum that McGregor will target a third UFC world title should he claim the lightweight title at UFC 196 – but Kavanagh admitted in his the42.ie column that he’d welcome the idea, but …

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5 Super-Fights The UFC Must Make

What fight fan doesn’t want to see champion v champion? The two best in the world in their own weight division clashing to see who the true champion is. After missing several opportunities in the past, the UFC look more likely that ever now to to cash in on these potential fantasy match-ups. With Conor McGregor and Rafael Dos Anjos …

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Conor McGregor’s Sway Once Again Apparent, As Dana White Admits Irishman Caused UFC 196 Poster Change

Conor McGregor’s most recent opponent and victim, Jose Aldo, stated last month that he felt the Irishman had been given too much room to “grow” by the UFC. This, Aldo added, had resulted in McGregor accumulating a great deal of power within the promotion. “Today he’s playing the game, now he’s the boss,” said the frustrated ex-featherweight champion. Aldo’s assertion that …

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Looks Like Jose Aldo’s Rant Might Pay Off As Dana White Suggests Title Fight Is Next

Jose Aldo recently broke his silence on his stance regarding a rematch with Conor McGregor… and he did so in pretty spectacular fashion. After Conor McGregor obliterated Jose Aldo to win the featherweight title in 13 seconds flat, three options essentially presented themselves to the ‘Notorious’ Irishman; allow Frankie Edgar a deserved shot at the featherweight crown, move up to …

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Boxing Coach Freddie Roach Evaluates Conor McGregor’s KO At UFC 194

The legendary trainer gave his take on Conor McGregor’s knockout of Jose Aldo at UFC 194 to FightHub. All 13 seconds of it. Nonetheless, Roach’s insight into how Conor McGregor pulled off the most preposterous win in UFC history is worth listening to. He finds the featherweight champion ‘fun to watch’, but put the shock knockout down more to inexperience on Aldo’s behalf …

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