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Nate Diaz On Conor McGregor And Eddie Alvarez – “F**k Them Both”

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Nate Diaz has said that both UFC lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez and lightweight contender Conor McGregor are both “scared” to fight him and that UFC President Dana White “can get off Conor’s nuts.” Diaz defeated McGregor at UFC 196 before losing to the Dubliner in a rematch at UFC 202, and although he was overlooked for a trilogy fight with …

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‘You Only Lose When You Lose’ – Nate Diaz Still Claiming Victory Over Conor McGregor

It’s been almost a month since the epic five-round battle between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz, yet the ‘Stockton Slapper’ is still claiming victory over the Irishman, despite actually losing. The August 20th rematch between two of the UFC’s most vocal fighters was about as anticipated a fight as there has ever been in the UFC. Constant trash talk, bottle-throwing …

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Conor McGregor And Nate Diaz Face Possible Fines Or Even Suspensions Over Presser Madness

As expected, the actions of both Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz at last month’s UFC 202 pre-fight press conference will be addressed at a future Nevada State Athletic Commission(NAC) hearing. The media event was all drama, with McGregor showing up late and Diaz deciding to leave shortly after the Irishman’s arrival. The Stockton native didn’t retire to his quarters quietly …

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Boxing Trainer Freddie Roach On Conor McGregor: “He Punches Like A Girl”

The bizarre statement on the boxing technique of UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor came during an interview with FightHype. Though the talk of ‘The Notorious’ one fighting Floyd Mayweather in a boxing ring has died down since its crescendo earlier this year, the crossover talk has maintained pace. Amir Khan and Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez have both called out the MMA star …

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Conor McGregor Now Holds Three Out Of Top Four UFC Pay-Per-Views In History

The news concerning the pay-per-view buy rate for UFC 202 will make for some very interesting reading for one Conor McGregor. As reported yesterday by MMAFighting’s Dave Meltzer, UFC 202: Diaz v. McGregor II has likely broken the UFC’s PPV record, with a staggering estimate of 1.65 million purchases. The hype surrounding the rematch between Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor struggled to maintain …

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Watch: UFC Releases ‘Top 5 Finishes’ Highlight Reel Of UFC 203’s Main Card Competitors

UFC 203 is only days away, September 10th to be exact, and following on from the biblical battles of it’s predecessor UFC 202, Saturday’s main card holds all the promised of another memorable night. The main event sees a titanic heavyweight title clash between Stipe Miocic and the marauding Englishman, Alistair Overeem. There is little expectation of a McGregor-Diaz style …

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Opinion: Yet More Excuses From Nate Diaz’ Coach Starting To Leave A Sour Taste

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The amazing spectacle of both athleticism and respect between Conor McGregor at UFC 202 is continuing to be tarnished somewhat because of the litany of excuses still emanating from the Diaz camp. Speaking earlier this week on Submission Radio, the fighter’s boxing coach Richard Perez laid out an extensive list of injuries that Diaz had been dealing with in camp. He backed up Diaz’ claim …

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Nate Diaz’s Coach Accuses Judges Of Scoring UFC 202 Fight For Conor McGregor In Order To Secure A Trilogy

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Boxing coach Richard Perez told Submission Radio of his misgivings with the judging of his charges’ rematch with Conor McGregor. Camp Diaz have maintained their belief that Nate Diaz prevailed at UFC 202, with the man himself claiming that he’s 2-0 in the feud with Conor McGregor. Not only does Richard Perez concur with this, he also deems Diaz’s reported injuries heading …

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Why Conor McGregor Should Vacate His UFC Featherweight Title

It may not go down well with fans. It probably would not even go down well with the man himself given his comments on the possibility in the past but Conor McGregor should vacate his featherweight title and focus on making lightweight his new home. There are a number of reasons why this makes sense. For starters, the weight cut …

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