McGregor on his Way Back to the Octagon

UFC legend Conor McGregor hasn’t set foot in an Octagon since November 2016. Some have doubted that he’d ever fight again in the UFC, but the rumours are he’ll make his long-awaited return at UFC 229 on October 6 and challenge UFC Lightweight Champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. The Russian champion won the title after McGregor was … Read more

Khabib’s support of Holloway shows he truly is class

Continuing on with the Max Holloway withdrawal from UFC 226 drama we bring you a positive take on it which comes from another champ. Lightweight king Khabib Nurmagomedov found out about the medical withdrawal and tweeted the following: Keep your head up Champ, I know what it is, believe in yourself. @BlessedMMA If that was … Read more

McGregor’s coach wants Diaz next, so do we

John Kavanagh may be the coach of Conor McGregor but he’s also a mouthpiece. His latest bombshell was that they were eyeing a trilogy bout with Nate Diaz and not a title shot against UFC lightweight champ and opponent slayer Khabib Nurmagomedov. Here’s his comment via Nate Diaz is my favorite fight, by the … Read more

Early UFC betting odds favor Khabib Nurmagomedov over Conor McGregor

There’s no definitive date yet for the return of Conor McGregor to the UFC octagon. However, all signs are pointing to a showdown against unbeaten lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov when “Notorious” does make his return. The former two-division champion has been enjoying spending time with his newborn son and using that Floyd Mayweather money to … Read more

Conor McGregor meets his number one SuperFan

Conor McGregor SuperFan Robbie Fox was recently in New York to support the mixed martial arts superstar after the incident where he attacked a bus carrying Khabib Nurmagomedov and other UFC fighters. Conor had to go to court over the matter and this diehard fan, who one might also label a Conor troll, was there for the proceedings and got the chance to meet his hero.

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McCourt over in a flash, Conor regrets actions

Conor McGregor’s appearance in a New York court room lasted 45 seconds to 2 minutes depending on who you listen to. Conor was there to answer for the UFC 223 bus attack and he is reportedly working on a plea deal with the district attorney to avoid jail time. Afterwards he told the media in attendance that he regretted his actions and that he was sorry. Check it out.

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