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Dana White: Tyron Woodley ‘Couldn’t Be More Full of S—t’ About Nate Diaz Fight

Just like he did in December, UFC President Dana White is denying Tyron Woodley’s claims that a fight with Nate Diaz is in the works.
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Dana White: Tyron Woodley ‘Couldn’t Be More Full of S—t’ About Nate Diaz Fight

Just like he did in December, UFC President Dana White is denying Tyron Woodley’s claims that a fight with Nate Diaz is in the works.
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Dana White: Tyron Woodley ‘Couldn’t Be More Full of S—t’ About Nate Diaz Fight

Just like he did in December, UFC President Dana White is denying Tyron Woodley’s claims that a fight with Nate Diaz is in the works.
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Dana White: Tyron Woodley ‘Couldn’t Be More Full of S—t’ About Nate Diaz Fight

Just like he did in December, UFC President Dana White is denying Tyron Woodley’s claims that a fight with Nate Diaz is in the works.
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Conor McGregor more interested in Nate Diaz do-over than Floyd Mayweather rematch

Boxing experts were convinced that perfect pugilist Floyd Mayweather Jr. — who “carried” UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor in last August’s boxing match — was throwing rounds in order to set up a potential rematch.

Probably because it would replicate this titanic cash grab.

But “Notorious” isn’t as jazzed about the “Money” do-over as he was with avenging his submission loss to Nate Diaz, something he was able to pull off by way of close decision victory at UFC 202.

“I think it’s different,” Kavanagh told Express Sport. “After the Nate loss, it was an obsession. From five minutes of being inside the Octagon, the ball had already started rolling in ensuring his next fight was going to be against Nate. I don’t see that same level of interest in the Mayweather rematch.”

Not much has changed between then and now.

McGregor is currently in timeout for being a bad boy back home, but is expected to return to the Octagon at some point in 2018. In his absence, Tony Ferguson will rule the 155-pound roost with an interim title, which could be on the line against the winner of this fight.

Depending on how “thirsty” this opponent gets.

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UFC Switches Official Beer to Something Lighter, More Refreshing

Let me start out by saying I’ve had maybe two beers in my lifetime, and neither were Bud Light or Modelo (I think I drank a Heineken and a Corona, for what it’s worth). So I have no idea what Bud Light or Modelo taste like. But someone at the UFC does, or, more aptly, knows […]

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UFC Switches Official Beer to Something Lighter, More Refreshing

Let me start out by saying I’ve had maybe two beers in my lifetime, and neither were Bud Light or Modelo (I think I drank a Heineken and a Corona, for what it’s worth). So I have no idea what Bud Light or Modelo taste like. But someone at the UFC does, or, more aptly, knows […]

The post UFC Switches Official Beer to Something Lighter, More Refreshing appeared first on Caged Insider.

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UFC Switches Official Beer to Something Lighter, More Refreshing

Let me start out by saying I’ve had maybe two beers in my lifetime, and neither were Bud Light or Modelo (I think I drank a Heineken and a Corona, for what it’s worth). So I have no idea what Bud Light or Modelo taste like. But someone at the UFC does, or, more aptly, knows […]

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UFC Mexico preview: Sergio Pettis ready to become more than just ‘Showtime’s’ little brother

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is back on television this weekend (Sat., Aug. 5, 2017) with the UFC Fight Night 114 mixed martial arts (MMA) event on FOX Sports 1, which features a flyweight main event between Sergio Pettis and Brandon Moreno, who battle for a spot in the 125-pound title chase.

See the entire fight card and line up here.

Pettis (15-2) entered the promotion with a ton of hype, thanks to his older brother and former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis. Unfortunately, not everything went according to plan and Sergio got submitted in his sophomore effort.

Since then, “The Phenom” is 5-1 and coming off three straight wins, and finally able to step out from the shadow of his veteran brother.

“I feel like I’m growing into myself, I’m maturing as an individual and as a martial artist,” Pettis told UFC Tonight. “I’m feeling comfortable out there in the Octagon. In the beginning of my career, I was very timid out there. I feel like I’m expressing myself and having a great time doing it.”

Pettis was last seen turning away former division No. 1 contender John Moraga.

Waiting for him will be the red-hot Moreno (14-3), undefeated inside the Octagon and the winner of 11 straight with eight finishes. No question the winner will move themselves one step close to a division title shot.

But will it be Pettis … or Moreno?

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC Fight Night 114 fight card on fight night (click here), starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” matches online, which are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. ET, and then the remaining undercard balance on FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET, before the main card start time at 10 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1.

For much more on UFC Fight Night 114 in Mexico City click here.

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Gaethje Vows to Deliver at ‘TUF 25’ Finale, Says Moraes Could Have Given More Effort in UFC Debut

Justin Gaethje enters his Octagon debut at “The Ultimate Fighter 25” finale as an undefeated fighter with a championship pedigree from another promotion, which is essentially the same as having a giant target on his back.
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