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Video: Conor McGregor reveals the Las Vegas MAC Mansion

Ahead of his fight with UFC Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo at UFC 189, Conor McGregor reveals the 12,000 square foot MAC Mansion in Las Vegas that he will be staying in during his camp in preparation for the fight. 59 more words

UFC

Week #15

This week there were some particular articles that grabbed my attention.

First of all maybe the beginning of a rivalry.Anthony Johnson and Alexander Gustafsson went at it. 1,505 more words

Conor McGregor

Notoriety Uncaged

John Kavanagh – MMA coach for “The Notorious” Conor McGregor – offers a fascinating insight into his own meteoric rise within the supersonically expanding sport of Mixed Martial Arts. 976 more words

Coach Kavanagh

Mouth almighty

There’s no denying Conor McGregor’s talent, but his false ego and forced antics are doing his sport, his country and himself a massive disservice, writes Ewan MacKenna… 1,356 more words

The Conor McGregor Chronicles, Part 3: The Sky is the Limit for 'The Notorious'

Conor McGregor is already a star and one of the most recognizable and prominent fighters on the UFC roster.

On the mic, he’s Chael Sonnen without having borrowed his material from former professional wrestlers and in the cage, he’s been a blur of creativity and power; a fighter with the bravado to call his shots and the skills to back up his words, at least thus far. 1,276 more words

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Event: "Injury Prevention in MMA"

  • FREE EVENT FOR FIGHTERS & COACHES
  • 24th JANUARY 2015 
  • ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, DUBLIN, IRELAND

(4/12/2014) In support of Safe MMA, Professor Dan Healy and coach John Kavanagh are pleased to announce an “Injury Prevention in MMA” seminar day for fighters at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland, on 24th January. 385 more words

The Irish takeover needs to happen abroad

When the UFC came to Ireland for the second time, it was a clean sweep for Irish based fighters. After a night of wins the country’s shining light, Conor McGregor, proclaimed that the Irish intended to take over. 459 more words

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