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Khabib Nurmagomedov: No Reason to Approach Conor McGregor at World Cup Final

Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor were both in attendance at Sunday’s FIFA World Cup final at Luzhniki Stadium in Russia, but the two UFC stars never came face to face.
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Khabib Nurmagomedov: No Reason to Approach Conor McGregor at World Cup Final

Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor were both in attendance at Sunday’s FIFA World Cup final at Luzhniki Stadium in Russia, but the two UFC stars never came face to face.
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Khabib Nurmagomedov: No Reason to Approach Conor McGregor at World Cup Final

Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor were both in attendance at Sunday’s FIFA World Cup final at Luzhniki Stadium in Russia, but the two UFC stars never came face to face.
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Khabib Nurmagomedov: No Reason to Approach Conor McGregor at World Cup Final

Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor were both in attendance at Sunday’s FIFA World Cup final at Luzhniki Stadium in Russia, but the two UFC stars never came face to face.
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Matt Mitrione Wants Fedor Rematch in Russia for Bellator Heavyweight Grand Prix Final

Matt Mitrione has a vision of how he would like the Bellator heavyweight grand prix to unfold.
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Matt Mitrione Wants Fedor Rematch in Russia for Bellator Heavyweight Grand Prix Final

Matt Mitrione has a vision of how he would like the Bellator heavyweight grand prix to unfold.
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Midnight Mania! Roy Jones Jr. gets decision win in final fight, says Anderson Silva is only other option

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Roy Jones Jr. officially capped a long and illustrious career, tonight on UFC Fight Pass. He was unable to put away his overmatched opponent, Scott Sigmon, who he styled on for 10 rounds, winning 98-92 on all three scorecards. Sigmon stayed game, coming forward, thumping at Roy’s body with arm punches to the body.

Compared to Roy Jones Jr., he was clearly athletically out of his depth, something the commentators were very open about. Roy revealed that he had torn his bicep before the fight, perhaps the reason he wasn’t able to get the KO.

I don’t make excuses, but all y’all can call the Andrews Institute and they’ll tell you that last week, I tore my left bicep once again. But because it was Pensacola, I refused to pull out.

Roy reiterated afterwards what he stated beforehand- that Anderson Silva is the only matchup that could draw him out of retirement.

Last but not least, Dana, I know you listening. I know Anderson’s suspended, but that’s the ONLY fight that Roy Jones may return to the ring for. Other than that, chapter closed.


Insomnia

How to shake Andrei Arlovski’s hand so he doesn’t attack.

This Pay-Per-View (PPV) is… lacking in depth, but the main event is amazing.

#good vs #evil

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This is a fascinating matchup.

Looks like Chiesa vs. Pettis is official for Brooklyn!

UFC 223

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Happy birthday to Kimbo Slice. Rest in power.

Don’t ever do this.


Slips, Rips, and Left Hook Clips

I was thinking about left hooks today and look at this.

This was cool too

Ouch

Great fight

Some Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu


Fight Bookings


Good Reads


Podcasts and Video

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Heavy Hands

Firaz Zahabi lends his analytical weight to this matchup:

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Live! Canelo vs Golovkin final press conference video from Las Vegas

Now that Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor are done with their pugilistic spectacle (watch it), the second big boxing match this month — more geared for the purists of the “sweet science” — is inching closer, as Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Gennady “GGG” Golovkin collide for the unified WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, The Ring magazine, and lineal middleweight championship of the world this Sat. night (Sept. 16, 2017) at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, live by way of HBO pay-per-view (PPV).

Watch both fighters talk to the combat sports media in the embedded video player above as we inch closer to their highly-anticipated slugfest this weekend in “Sin City.”

For much more on the upcoming “Alvarez vs. Golovkin” boxing spectacle, which airs the same night as UFC Fight Night 116: “Rockhold vs. Branch” (more on that here), be sure to hit up our comprehensive boxing news archive by clicking here.

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All Access: ‘Mayweather vs McGregor’ – Watch full (fourth and final) episode

Showtime is back with the fourth and final installment in its “All Access” series on the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor fight … and it’s a pretty good episode.

The show has been following along with the two fighters over the past couple of weeks, capturing the insanity of their World Tour and then the daily drama as they prepare for what may become the biggest fight in the history of combat sports. As you’d expect, there’s been a lot of footage of Mayweather flashing his money, while McGregor has spent a lot of his screen time in the gym working hard.

This episode follows McGregor out into the Nevada desert for a cardio bike session. Floyd Mayweather welcomes the press into his gym for a media day, and then he takes the Showtime cameras back to his Girl Collection strip club where he seems to spend a lot of his time. After McGregor holds his own media day, we get to see Floyd travel to attend the Late Late Show with James Corden. The show wraps up with a closer look into Conor McGregor’s training camp and his mindset coming into the homestretch for this fight.

It’s the perfect thing to pump you up for what will undoubtedly be the most talked about fight of the summer.

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Inside Chris Weidman’s final UFC 210 weight cut

BUFFALO — Former UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman allowed us to watch his final weight cut prior to the UFC 210 weigh-ins. Weidman, who meets Gegard Mousasi on Saturday night, talked about the cut, the crossroads of his career, what he’s learned from cuts in the past and more.

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