Skip Bayless is back and says McGregor beats Mayweather in rematch

FOX Sports 1 personality Skip Bayless is back baby! On his “Undisputed” show he told co-host Shannon Sharpe something that kind of blew us away in reference to a potential return bout between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr. Let’s preface this by referencing his previous comments that the referee saved Mayweather in the ninth … Read more

Despite Aldo’s dislike for McGregor, the Brazilian’s coach praises him

In 2015 Conor McGregor iced Jose Aldo with a 13-second knockout and Jose has taunted him for a rematch ever since. Oh, and in case you missed it Conor fought Floyd Mayweather Jr. recently… Aldo and Rafael Dos Anjos relentlessly made fun of the Irishman on social media about his 10th round TKO loss to … Read more

Mayweather to become only third athlete to enter billion dollar club

The air up there in the billion dollar earnings club is thin. Only two athletes in history have earned over a billion dollars and they sport the names Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan. That is all about to change after Saturday’s Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor mega fight. Floyd is set to make somewhere … Read more

Coach breaks silence on Conor’s loss

Conor McGregor’s coach had been strangely silent after his star pupil lost to Floyd Mayweather Jr. by TKO on Saturday. John Kavanagh has been with Conor before and during his meteoric rise to superstar status. John is usually outspoken win or lose, but this time he was tame post fight and only provided a simple … Read more

Skip Bayless says Mayweather was saved by the referee in the ninth round

Fox Sports 1’s Skip Bayless said that Conor McGregor was on the verge of possibly stopping Floyd Mayweather Jr. in their bout Saturday. He says from his perspective that Referee Robert Byrd stepping in at that crucial moment and pausing the action saved Floyd and his undefeated record. Here’s what he said in the now … Read more

Nate Diaz and the art of being Salty, his confrontation with Schaub on Saturday

Besides sounding like the title for the 8th Harry Potter book the title of this article is truer than ever. After Conor McGregor’s fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr. a lot of haters surfaced with a lot of hateful claims, but the best is the last man he beat in The Octagon and master of being salty – Nate Diaz. Backstage, Nate Diaz and Brendan Schaub went at it with Diaz claiming Floyd wasn’t even trying. Conor landed more punches on Floyd than Manny Pacquiao, but that wasn’t enough to stop Diaz from almost starting a brawl over Schaub’s defense of McGregor. Check it out.

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