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Eddie Alvarez – “Conor Did A Helluva Job. It’s A Win For Him & For MMA”

The one-time rival of the current UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor, Eddie Alvarez recently revealed his newfound respect for the Irishman after the performance he put in against Floyd Mayweather last month. Rivalries in MMA can often be a fickle thing. Sure, nasty words are exchanged and the tension can often be riveting but for the most part, when all …

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Watch: Garbrandt, Faber & Rogan Give Excellent Insight Into McGregor’s Stamina Woes In Boxing Debut

The current 135lb UFC champion and his legendary coach sat down with Joe Rogan and gave some pretty valuable insight into the causes for Conor McGregor’s stamina dip in last month’s record-breaking showdown with Floyd Mayweather. We’re now just about ten days removed from boxing’s potentially record-breaking super-fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather but despite the fact that the …

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José Aldo Makes Lengthy Statement Explaining His Reaction To Mayweather/McGregor

José Aldo has made a lengthy statement in which he gave his own views on last weekend’s Mayweather-McGregor fight and explained his heavily-criticised reaction to his great rival’s defeat. José Aldo is a man who could well hold the most vicious one-sided vendetta in MMA today. With us now almost two years removed from his crushing UFC 194 knockout loss …

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Watch: Coach Owen Roddy Reveals The Heartbreak Team McGregor Felt After Losing To Floyd Mayweather

Coach Owen Roddy of SBG Ireland spoke with the Late Late Show’s Ryan Tubridy and detailed the immense heartbreak he, Conor McGregor and his whole team felt after failing to hand Floyd Mayweather his first loss last weekend. Coach Roddy is a man who is certainly no stranger to the big stage after the last few years but following up from August …

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Kenny Florian Makes Frankly Terrifying Prediction For Conor McGregor’s Return To MMA

Kenny Florian made a pretty scary prediction for the type of vengeance that the UFC’s lightweight champion Conor McGregor will bring with him back to MMA after his short, but ultimately spirited foray into the world of boxing. Mayweather-McGregor is now done and dusted and though the spectacle and surprisingly the fight itself lived up to expectations, I think it’s …

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