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[Breaking] UFC president officially pulls Conor McGregor from UFC 200

Conor McGregor will play no part in the biggest pay-per-view in UFC history.

Speculation exploded into overdrive early on Tuesday evening when ‘The Notorious’ seemingly revealed that he had decided to retire from mixed martial arts via Twitter. 355 more words


Dana White Takes McGregor off UFC 200

It all began with this cryptic tweet, many believing at first it was a publicity stunt from the notorious one.

I have decided to retire young.

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Conor McGregor Is A "Marked Man" In The UFC

Conor McGregor is looking for his next opponent after needing just 13 seconds to defeat Jose Aldo, and he may have found one following Saturday’s UFC lightweight championship match. 506 more words


UFC 194 Embedded: Episode 3 - 'You gotta kick a man with clean toes'

On Episode 3 of UFC 194 Embedded, the stars of the fight card venture to Las Vegas. Middleweight champion Chris Weidman consults with his son for some last-minute game planning for his bout against “Wook Woghow.” Challenger Luke Rockhold gets a haircut and pedicure prior to the bout, as his coach Javier Mendez receives a quick geography lesson. 28 more words


Reebok 'UFC Ireland' t-shirt leaves off Northern Ireland, infuriating fans

Reebok released a new “UFC Ireland” t-shirt this week that completely ignored Northern Ireland, angering fans and members of the UFC.

Coach John Kavanagh, who is the head coach at the home gym of UFC featherweight star Conor McGregor, went on Twitter to rip the shirts. 160 more words


Conor McGregor: The Journey So Far

Conor McGregor has become one of the UFC’s biggest stars. He started his journey from humble beginnings in Ireland; to the reported drawing of 800,000 to 850,000 PPV buys at UFC 189 in a space of just over two years. 1,375 more words


Conor McGregor: An interim champion with a lasting legacy

The UFC’s poster boy Conor McGregor was last month crowned as interim champion of the featherweight division.

Some people have questioned the legitimacy of Mixed Martial Arts as a sport, the argument being quite simply; “What is sporting about a contest where you must inflict the most amount of damage to your opponent by almost any means necessary?” 776 more words