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.
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?
UFC Fight Night: Cowboy vs. Till will happen on Sat., Oct. 21, 2017, at Ergo Arena in Gdansk, Poland, live on UFC Fight Pass. Till is 4-0 in the UFC and Cowboy needs a win to keep him in the upper tier. Check out the promo for the event.
UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping appeared on Canadian TV recently and was joined by UFC 217 challenger Georges St. Pierre via satellite. The back-and-forth is worth the price of admission alone. Credit tsn.ca.
Stevie Ray of the tagteam Harlem Heat recently revealed who he thought was the most racist wrestler in WCW. He and his brother Booker T were one of the most respected tag teams in wrestling history.
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.
Rising star Mickey Gall was not happy at all with MMA journalist Ariel Helwani when he secretly got Dan Hardy on the phone when Gall called in to his show. Granted, Gall called out Dan Hardy, but still he wanted to be prepared. Check it out.
The Bad Guy is back! Ok, he never left, but that was me getting excited about sharing this video. Chael Sonnen and Kevin Lee break down and predict the impending November 4th middleweight championship bout between Michael Bisping and Georges. St. Pierre. Listen and learn my friends.
Check out Joe Rogan discussing Georges St. Pierre’s chances against UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping. He says GSP will never beat Michael, and he also discusses a potential follow up fight if GSP wins with Anderson Silva. He also breaks down the current state of the middleweight division and the treatment of non-champions in the organization.
Michael Bisping and Georges St. Pierre headline the November 4th, UFC 217 card in New York. The bout is for Michael’s middleweight title but the war has already started for it at the UFC 217 Toronto press conference streamed earlier today. Check it out!