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Top Irish Sports Writer Laments The Man Conor McGregor Has Become, Not Sure If There’s A Way Back For Him

Respected Irish sports-writer Paul Kimmage has offered his rather bleak take on the future of Conor McGregor while musing on the opportunity he had to be a true role model. Conor McGregor has cut something of an even more divisive figure in recent times following his lucrative ten-round boxing affair with Floyd Mayweather but now, with his future completely up …

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One Zero Founders Speak About Recent Lance Armstrong Developments

Lance Armstrong publicly called out Paul Kimmage on Tuesday, twenty-four hours after the journalist did the same on Irish national radio. It’s been a whirlwind twenty-four hours for us all at One Zero, but such is the high octane world of sports. A significant proportion of interest has been gathering around the appearance of Lance Armstrong at the One Zero Conference in Dublin …

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Ewan MacKenna Named As Interviewer For Lance Armstrong Live & Uncut at One Zero

Former Irish Sports Journalist of the Year, Ewan MacKenna, has been named as the man tasked with going head-to-head with Lance Armstrong at the impressive One Zero Conference. MacKenna has resided in Brazil for the past few years, making headlines recently for his persistent questioning of Mo Farah’s connections with Jama Aden and Alberto Salazar. Aden was arrested on doping charges in …

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UFC Sees More Drug Tests In One Month Than Irish Rugby Does In A Year

The UFC had a problem, a really big problem that was beginning to taint the image of the sport and stifle its progression in being accepted by the mainstream public. It was a drug problem, and specifically a performance enhancing culture that had been described by former UFC Middleweight Sam Alvey as widespread, with the 29-year-old estimating in June 2015 …

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Is There A Doping Problem At Arsenal Or Anywhere In Football?

Arsene Wenger has been in charge of Arsenal since 1996. The Frenchman has overseen the Gunners pass through many eras of football in the last 20 years, but in an interview with L’Equipe this week, he has revealed that he believes that doping is becoming a major problem in the beautiful game. “In 30 years as a coach, I have …

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