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Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather limped to the finish line of their press tour today in London.

Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor probably stretched this “worldwide press tour” a little too long. The whole thing obviously peaked on the second stop in Toronto, and by the time they got to London for the final face-off, both of them were just phoning it in.

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Discover the inner workings of the main card of UFC Glasgow, including a highly anticipated battle between strikers Paul Felder and Scotland’s own Stevie Ray.

The first half of UFC Glasgow highlights prospects looking to make a name for themselves. Jack Marshman, Khalil Rountree, and Justin Willis have yet to establish themselves as proven UFC talents, but are also early enough in their careers that we don’t know just how far they can go. Though the narratives of their careers will be far from written after the event, we’ll have a much better idea of where they’ll be going.

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Thiago Santos has set his sights on two fellow middleweights following his win at UFC 213.

Fresh off a second-round TKO win over Gerald Meerschaert, Brazilian striker Thiago Santos felt like a rematch with Gegard Mousasi would be nice next logical step for him. However, now that Mousasi has closed a deal with Bellator, Santos was forced to change his mind. As he told Portal do Vale Tudo, he would like to take on veterans Tim Boetsch or Derek Brunson.

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In the wake of UFC 213, how much of the criticism laid against Amanda Nunes can be placed at the feet of the UFC?

The public eye does not look favorably upon Amanda Nunes. Following the bantamweight champion’s day-of withdrawal from UFC 213’s main event, attributed to chronic sinusitis, Nunes’ professionalism, toughness, and even her willingness to face challenging opposition have all come under scrutiny. Negative reactions are standard in MMA, but the progenitor of the Lioness’ share of criticism was, not uncharacteristically, none other than UFC president Dana White.

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Day three of the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor press tour wasn’t quite as alluring as the first two.

It was expected that things might get stale as the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor press conference tour continued on, and that did indeed come to pass. On day three in New York City, both men resorted to some things they’ve already said and the crowd wasn’t buying into everything like the Toronto audience was the day before. Despite that, there were a few highlights of the NYC stop - though highlights might not be the best word to describe them.

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