Dana White says Khabib vs Max for undisputed lightweight title, Brock returning

Bombshells everywhere. Dana White appeared on UFC Tonight and really opened up. He said both Max Holloway and Brian Ortega said yes to replacing an injured Tony Ferguson in the lightweight title fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 223 this Saturday. He also said McGregor will return this year, Tyrone Woodley brought him a doctor’s note, and Lesnar is coming back to the UFC. Check it out!

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UFC 223 pre fight press conference

This Saturday featherweight champ Max Holloway takes on Khabib Nurmagomedov for some kind of lightweight title, either the interim or legit belt.  We’re not committing to either until the fight happens because it’s changed so many times over the past month. Check out the pre fight press conference featuring some good back and forth between Max and Khabib.

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Rogan dives in to Ferguson’s injury and belt fiasco

Joe Rogan talks to Brendan Schaub about the ridiculous injury that forced Tony Ferguson out of his lightweight title fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 223. Listen to the insanity that is the lightweight title situation now that featherweight champ Max Holloway stepped in to replace him.

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Holloway has an uphill weight cut battle

Max Holloway’s manager Brian Butler spoke on The MMA Hour and one of the key issues hit upon was Max’s weight cut challenge for UFC 223. The featherweight champ stepped up on very short notice to replace interim lightweight champ Tony Ferguson against Khabib Nurmagomedov. Check out the interview below…

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WWE focusing on the following for tonight’s Wrestlemania go home RAW

John Cena, Ronda Rousey and WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar are scheduled to appear on tonight’s WWE RAW. Lordsofpain.net reported that the Undertaker may appear tonight to “answer Cena’s WrestleMania challenge”. Here’s the full preview from WWE about their last RAW before Wrestlemania 34. WWE is focusing on the following points for tonight: * Ronda … Read more

What Tony Ferguson said about his UFC 223 withdrawal and the reason

Interim lightweight champion Tony Ferguson had to withdraw from his bout with Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 223 and the reason is almost unbelievable. Here’s what Tony said on Twitter… Words can’t explain how hurt, frustrated and angry and in disbelief I am right now. As I was completing my UFC Pre-Fight Media obligations on Friday … Read more

WTF? White will never book Ferguson vs Khabib ever again

So once upon a time Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Tony Ferguson was supposed to happen. That was the “real fight” for hardcore fans of the lightweight division. It was a bout once scheduled for December 11, 2015, and then April 16, 2016, then March 4, 2017, and finally April 7, 2018.  Injuries were the culprit and … Read more

QQ: Holloway’s coach says bout with Khabib not for undisputed title

Craziness surrounds the circus that is the lightweight division. If you ask anyone to name a lightweight fighter right now they will say Conor McGregor, Khabib Nurmagomedov, and Tony Ferguson in that order. So when Ferguson withdrew from the UFC 223 bout with Khabib citing injury, and featherweight champion Max Holloway stepped up it was … Read more

Holloway vs Khabib is not an April fool’s joke

Some may be excited by the news that UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway has stepped in for an injured Tony Ferguson at UFC 223, but most are disappointed. The Ferg vs Khabib Nurmagomedov lightweight title match up was a real pick ’em fight that hardcore fans wanted to see to settle the dispute of who … Read more

Check out Randy Orton putting in work before Wrestlemania 34

Randy Orton is getting in fighting shape for his US title defense at Wrestlemania 34. Orton will defend against Rusev, Jinder Mahal, and Bobby Roode with the smartest outcome being Rusev, but given WWE’s track record Orton will retain or Mahal will emerge with the belt. Check out Randy’s workout and get an inside look at how injuries affected him.

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