All tagged Conor McGregor
Check out our predictions for who will hold each division’s belt at the end of 2019!
Suits and ties aren’t REQUIRED to read this post, but they are encouraged.
2019 is HERE. While we have two weeks until the first card of the year, now is a great time to look at the UFC roster and make a few predictions for this upcoming calendar year. Also, now that I put these in writing, I am almost certain that none of these will hold to be true at the end of the year.
Dustin Poirier has been without a fight since he had to pull out of his scheduled bout with Nate Diaz in November. He appears to be rearing to go, and has had no problems calling out various elite Lightweights. Here, I will go through some of those, as well as one or two of my own, and give the likeliness the fight happens.
Since an Instagram post made by Donald Cerrone in essence calling out Conor McGregor, media and fans alike have been wondering if it is a good time to book Cowboy vs Conor. Long story short: yes, a thousand times yes.
Artem “The Russian Hammer” Lobov, the P4P king, training partner to Conor McGregor, a guy I hear is pretty good, and member of elite gym SBG in Dublin, has a fight upcoming, and it is important to use this time to give praise to the GOAT of the sport.
We crunched the numbers in the Untitled MMA SUPER-COMPUTER (not really, we don’t even have one of those), and simulated a UFC Lightweight Grand Prix…
UFC 229 is upon us, and our picks are in!
UFC 229 is this weekend, and the main event is one for the ages: Conor McGregor returns to the UFC for the first time in nearly 2 years to face Khabib Nurmagomedov. There gave been claims of mauling and knockouts from both sides of the exchange, and today we are going to give a scenario where Khabib beats Conor and retains his UFC Lightweight belt.
UFC 229 is this weekend, and the main event is one for the ages: Conor McGregor returns to the UFC for the first time in nearly 2 years to face Khabib Nurmagomedov. There gave been claims of mauling and knockouts from both sides of the exchange, and today we are going to give a scenario where Conor defeats Khabib and regains his once-stripped UFC Lightweight belt.
Happy Conor Week, friends. It is about time there is a UFC card and Conor McGregor is headlining. It is long overdue. Now, with that, he is not the sole story that is worth mentioning this weekend. Here, we are going to mention some other noteworthy storylines.
With a strong Bellator card this weekend on a UFC off weekend in the lead up to the much anticipated return of Conor McGregor at UFC 229, is Bellator trying to get a bump in views with Conor McGregor and MMA being in the news?
If you know nothing else about me as a person, I am a HUGE advocate of Mr. McGregor. He is among my idols, he changed the game, and has called his shots up until now, including this monumental bout.
This is a question that has been circulating some (at least our) MMA circles recently. It just does not seem there is a "guy" in the UFC right now, so who is it? Without Conor being active, who is the face of the organization?
In the aftermath of UFC 223, there is a new Lightweight champion in Khabib Nurmagomedov and a mess of a division underneath him. Today, we talk about that mess of a division.
So, good news and bad news. Starting with the bad news, Tony Ferguson is out. Again. That will be touched upon another time, but the good news is that Max "Blessed" Holloway has stepped up on 6 days notice and will fight Khabib for the Lightweight Championship to headline UFC 223. And let me tell you something, boys and girls, this is gonna be interesting.
In this episode we discuss UFC 222 (Cyborg, Brian Ortega, Sean Omalley, Mackenzie Dern, etc.), Uriah Hall vs Paulo Borrachinha, Chuck Liddell to Bellator, Miesha Tate & Jon Jones, Justin Buchholz leaving Team Alpha Male and Conor McGregor (maybe) being stripped of his title.