Malignaggi vs. McGregor: Will It Happen?

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About three months removed from the mega-fight Boxing match between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather, one would think that all of the drama and boxing speculation concerning Conor was over with. However after a recent development in the world of t...
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McGregor vs Ferguson - Is It Happening?

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Shortly after Tony Ferguson's Interim 155-lb title win over Kevin Lee, the attention of the world of MMA turned to one man: the UFC Lightweight Champion - Conor McGregor. The first question that comes with the recent turn of events is: Why SHOULDN'T ...
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McGregor vs Diaz III: When, Where, and how?

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  It all started at UFC 196: McGregor vs. Diaz. Most could recall that the seed was planted on a UFC fight night card in late 2015, where Diaz called out McGregor for what many could see as a super fight. The 'Notorious' McGregor; who was riding...
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Conor McGregor: The showman at work!

Conor McGregor: The showman at work!

Fired-up champion Eddy Alvarez met the calm, cool, collected and "Notorious" Conor McGregor at Madison Square Garden, the world's most renowned arena, in the first New York sanctioned UFC competition.

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UFC 202 POV: Anyone still wondering if McGregor deserved his win ?

UFC 202 POV: Anyone still wondering if McGregor deserved his win ?

I admit, I'm a McGregor fan. There's something about his showmanship that, for me, brings the true entertainment value to the sport that is MMA (especially UFC). Nevertheless, I watched the much anticipated UFC202 McGregor/Diaz fight with objectivity. I really tried to evaluate both fighters as neutral as one should in order to report back to fans.

The fight was clear win in favor of McGregor. There should be no doubt there. In a five round battle, Diaz (aka the tree stump - no disrespect, he just takes hits like one) managed to surprisingly withstand round after round of what I witnessed as good stand up pounding. McGregor clearly dominated this fight at almost all levels and Diaz fan's (or McGregor haters) should take the time to review the fight before claiming it was anything less than a solid victory for the Irish MMA machine. Unless of course one considers a slap to the face as a significant hit or perhaps the fact the McGregor did in fact seem winded after the first round for which he managed accordingly by moving away from Diaz a few times later on.

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