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Former two-division champion, Conor McGregor, had a return to form at UFC 246—stopping Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in a swift 40-seconds. Now, the big question surrounding the Irish icon is naturally, who will he face next?

Online gambling site SportsBetting.ag has released betting odds for McGregor’s next opponent, including rematches with Floyd Mayweather or Khabib Nurmagomedov, and new territory against Jorge Masvidal or Justin Gaethje. The site also offers up prop bets on how many times the ‘Notorious’ competes in 2020, and whether or not Conor will hold a UFC title by the end of the calendar year.

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It’s no surprise, given their long tenures inside the UFC’s lightweight division, that Tony Ferguson and Khabib Nurmagomedov would have a few opponents in common. Gleison Tibau, Michael Johnson, Rafael dos Anjos, and even Abel Trujillo have all fought both men. Notable as well, among that select group, is longtime lightweight action standout Edson Barboza.

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Raoni Barcelos is perfect in the UFC thus far, but his next opponent might have something to say about that. Brazilian outlet Combate reported today that Barcelos will meet Cody Stamann at UFC on ESPN 8 in Columbus on March 28th.

Barcelos (15-1, 4-0 UFC) has won all four of his UFC fights so far, with three coming inside the distance. His last victory came via decision over Said Nurmagomedov in December.

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It didn’t take long for Kamaru Usman to respond to Conor McGregor after the Irishman teased of a welterweight title fight against ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ in a recent interview with The MAC Life.

“I like the look of Kamaru Usman, I like the look of Colby (Covington),” McGregor said earlier this week. “I’m open to it all at 170. … I want the gold. I’m after the gold – 155, 170, they’re the belts I am chasing now.”

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