White says Jones is the ‘most wasted talent ever’, now indifferent

Dana White talked once again about the tragedy that is Jon Jones on the TSN radio show. Jones failed another drug test this summer after recapturing the light heavyweight title from Daniel Cormier and the hearts of fans just sank. Dana reaffirmed what most are feeling right now about Jon’s grim future. He’s the most wasted … Read more

Michael Bisping talks about being the bad guy in GSP rivalry, dissing Canada

On his Believe You Me podcast UFC middleweight champ Michael Bisping said he didn’t have a problem being the bad guy against Georges St. Pierre at UFC 217. The bout has rubbed top middleweight contenders the wrong way with the returning GSP getting an immediate title shot but it is happening nonetheless. Check it out.

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McGregor documentary ‘Notorious’ gets domestic release

The much hyped Conor McGregor: Notorious is finally being released by Trafalgar Releasing in U.S. theaters for one night. The film has a bonus interview with McGregor that was filmed in Dublin. It chronicles the rags to riches story of the Irishman from nothing to the $100M man. It was shot over the course of four years and you can check it out on November 8th.

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Not again! Malignaggi says talks underway for McGregor bout

Seriously folks… Another boxing match for Conor McGregor may be in the works if you believe former sparring partner Paul Malignaggi. You might recall there was some drama between the two when Conor posted a photo showing him standing tall over a fallen Paul. McGregor said it was a knockdown and Paulie says it was a push. Either way it sparked a feud almost as hot as McGregor/Mayweather. If this video is to be believed we may see the feud come to a head in a potential bout. McMalignaggi?

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Darren Till wishing KO win over Cowboy lands him on UFC Liverpool card, responds to Cerrone

Darren Till takes on veteran standout Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone on October 21st in Poland who admittedly doesn’t know a thing about Darren. A knockout or submission win over Cowboy would make him a recognizable name with fans should he pull it off, but Till wants more than that. The Liverpool native wants a spot on a card from the city he grew up in and we can’t blame in. Being a hometown hero is a dream of almost all fighters in the early stages of their careers.

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