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  • Conor McGregor still interested in Mayweather fight

    Conor McGregor, one of the best fighters in UFC, says he’s still interested in fighting boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather Jr. if he comes up with the money to make the fight happen. McGregor, 27, reportedly wants a 50-50 deal to fight Mayweather, and he says he would go into the match confident that he would beat him in a boxing ring.

  • Conor McGregor takes a shot at Jose Aldo after his recent beef with the UFC

    Conor McGregor doesn't buy that Jose Aldo really wants a rematch

    It appears Conor McGregor is ready to put Jose Aldo behind him for good.

  • Conor McGregor told Dana White that 'bum' Tony Ferguson doesn't deserve 'a f—-ing dime'

    According to Dana White, Conor McGregor had some harsh words for top-ranked lightweight Tony Ferguson.

    Many fans consider Tony Ferguson to be the unofficial No. 1 contender in the UFC lightweight rankings, but 155-pound champion Conor McGregor doesn't think 'El Cucuy' deserves a 'f—-ing dime'.

  • Conor McGregor turns down Vasyl Lomachenko’s offer: ‘He’s skilled, but he’s not applicable in this camp’

    Conor McGregor declines Vasyl Lomachenko’s offer to step in as a sparring partner.

    Conor McGregor’s recent rifts with sparring partners have been a talked about topic, as of late. This all stemmed from his conflict with former world champion Paulie Malignaggi about some leaked boxing photos and supposed “mistreatment” and other issues.

  • Conor McGregor UFC: Dana White must get out of megastar’s way as his fame explodes

    CONOR McGregor is a transcendent megastar who could become one of world sport’s biggest names - and Dana White needs to get out of his way for the UFC’s own good.

    That’s just one strong opinion voiced in the US in the wake of McGregor’s extraordinary win over Nate Diaz in their rematch at UFC 202, the third-highest rating PPV in the history of MMA’s biggest promotion and McGregor’s third entry into the all-time top four.

  • Conor McGregor Won't be Stripped of UFC Title

    After Conor McGregor made over $3 million for beating Nate Diaz at UFC 202, UFC president Dana White put some pressure on his biggest star to return to the featherweight division and defend his championship belt against Jose Aldo. White's exact words on SportsCenter: "Conor has to defend his title or make a decision to give it up."

  • Conor McGregor-Floyd Mayweather press conference set for July 11 in Los Angeles

    It looks like Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather will face off for the first time on July 11th.

    Are you ready for the promotional vehicle to start moving forward for the big Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather boxing match on August 26th? Well, it’s about to. Despite reports that McGregor and Mayweather would hold their first press conference in London, it appears that they will go face-to-face in Los Angeles first. On July 11th at the Staples Center, to be exact.

  • Conor McGregor, Eddie Alvarez exchange heated words at UFC 205 press conference

    The announcement for the bout between Conor McGregor and Eddie Alvarez was less than 24 hours ago. Yet the two went at it verbally like old rivals Tuesday.

  • Conor McGregor, Ronda Rousey led UFC to record-setting pay-per-view year

    The UFC had five pay-per-view events eclipse one million buys, four of which were headlined by Conor McGregor or Ronda Rousey.

    The UFC’s 2016 was a fantastic one in terms of viewership. Through three Conor McGregor fights, Ronda Rousey’s end-of-year return, and Brock Lesnar’s one-off comeback, the UFC had an extraordinary five PPVs reach at least one million buys in a calendar year, which is a first for either MMA or boxing. MMA Fighting’s Dave Meltzer broke down the numbers.

  • Conor McGregor: ‘100 percent’ my next fight will be in boxing, Mayweather and UFC like ‘good business’

    Conor McGregor is confident that he will compete in boxing, not MMA, on his next bout.

    Conor McGregor doubled up on recent talks about a possible boxing match with Floyd Mayweather. According to the 2-division MMA champion, whether the UFC is on board on not, he is confident his next bout will be in a ring instead of a cage.

  • Conor McGregor: ‘How can I not consider myself the UFC featherweight world champion?’

    Conor McGregor believes he is still the UFC 145-pound champion, even if it is Max Holloway who holds the current title.

    Conor McGregor set a new record in November 2016 at UFC 205 when he won the UFC lightweight belt. This made him the first and only fighter to hold two titles from two different weight classes at the same time.

  • Conor McGregor: Floyd Mayweather told me ‘MMA next’

    Conor McGregor reveals what Floyd Mayweather was saying to him during their face off at the first presser in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

    After almost a year of social media wars that led to the fight’s finalization in June, Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor finally shared the stage on Tuesday at the fight’s kick-off presser in Los Angeles. Their staredown afterward was already an event itself, but the words exchanged were inaudible from the crowd’s point of view.

  • Conor McGregor: I have this ‘patch of fatigue’ I must overcome

    Conor McGregor admits he needs to work on his conditioning for future fights.

    While Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s superior boxing prowess was on display on Saturday night, another major factor for Conor McGregor’s loss was fatigue. It has been his problem since he fought Nate Diaz at UFC 196 more than a year ago.

  • Conor McGregor: If Nate Diaz wants that trilogy fight, he must come down to 155 pounds

    Conor McGregor sets his conditions for a third fight against Nate Diaz.

    After his high-profile boxing match against Floyd Mayweather Jr., Conor McGregor will now be facing his unfinished business in the UFC. One of them is a possible trilogy fight against Nate Diaz, among his other obligations as the undisputed lightweight champion.

  • Conor McGregor: Mayweather ‘would need to reincarnate Bruce Lee’ to prepare for me

    Conor McGregor says it is impossible for any of his opponents to prepare to fight him.

    Floyd Mayweather Jr. may be unbeaten and considered to be the best boxer in the game today, but it goes without saying that Conor McGregor is one of his more unique opponents in many aspects. In terms of fighting technique, The Money Team says they have covered all bases and will be expecting the “awkward style” that McGregor will be bringing to the table on fight night.

  • Conor McGregor: UFC featherweights are ‘praying I don’t come back’ down

    LAS VEGAS — Conor McGregor has altered many things going into this rematch with Nate Diaz. One of them? Not making any decisions yet on what will be next after UFC 202.

  • Conor McGregor’s coach: Khabib is ‘phenomenal’ but I don't know if the excitement is there

    Conor McGregor’s striking coach says Khabib Nurmagomedov would be an interesting fight

    Shortly after Conor McGregor defeated Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205, he announced that he will be taking a bit of a break from fighting. With the layoff, having a baby on the way, and even demanding for a stake in the company, everything seems up in the air at this point.

    Naturally, the people have been asking about what’s next for Conor, and while the final decision rests with the dual-champion, his coaches have started to weigh in on the topic. Striking coach Owen Roddy appeared at The MMA Hour and he was asked who he would like McGregor to fight next.

  • Conor McGregor’s father on Floyd Mayweather bout: ‘This fight is not about race’

    Tony McGregor, father of Conor McGregor, responded to the allegations of racism that have been directed at his son since his press conference antics building his bout with Floyd Mayweather.

    The four-stop press tour that Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather went on to promote their August fight last week drew a lot of fans and generated a fair amount of controversy. Perhaps the most divisive thing that came up were some claims of racism that were thrown Conor’s way for comments early on in the tour.

  • Conor McGregor’s options for next UFC fight: Eddie Alvarez, Ronda Rousey loom large, not Jose Aldo

    CONOR McGregor will soon have a decision to make regarding his next fight and whether or not he’s going to keep his featherweight title or pursue another goal inside the Octagon.

  • Conor McGregor’s training partner says ‘Notorious’ will ‘100 percent’ knockout Floyd Mayweather

    Brendan Schaub recently tried to bet boxing personality Max Kellerman a cool $100,000 that not only would Conor McGregor land punches on Floyd Mayweather, but went as far as to say he’d even win a few rounds of their scheduled 12-round boxing match, which is set to go down on Aug., 24, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Dillon Danis, Conor’s jiu-jitsu coach, is doing one better, as he told TMZ Sports that “Notorious” will not only defeat the former best pound-for-pound boxer in the world, but he will knock him out in under six rounds.