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UFC commentator Joe Rogan gave his thoughts on whether Tony Ferguson or Nate Diaz would be Conor McGregor’s next opponent.

With the MMA (and possibly boxing) world waiting with bated breath to hear what’s next for UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor, one of the UFC’s most listened to personalities gave his take on what the near future might hold. During his October 21st Fight Companion edition of the Joe Rogan Experience, UFC commentator Joe Rogan broke down the possibilities for the Notorious One should he return to the Octagon (Transcript via MMAFighting).

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Lightweights Dan Hooker and Marc Diakiese at UFC 219 in Las Vegas.

The UFC’s end-of-2017 pay-per-view card is slowly but surely coming together.

UFC officials announced on Tuesday that lightweight Daniel Hooker will take on Marc Diakiese at UFC 219 on December 30th. It’s a matchup between a fighter coming off a win (Hooker) and one looking to rebound from a loss (Diakiese).

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The former world champion boxer is still looking for a big payday against Conor McGregor, and hoping to make use of Artem Lobov’s boxing plans to get it.

If Conor McGregor is hoping to use the threat of a boxing match with Paulie Malignaggi to negotiate a better contract with the UFC, then Malignaggi is definitely doing his part to keep that idea going. The former multiple time world boxing champion has been front and center as one of the ongoing story lines that came out of McGregor’s fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. back in August.

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Demetrious Johnson stresses the need for fighters to avoid taking too much damage and career longevity.

Demetrious Johnson has been fighting professionally for a decade now, but he does not look like a fighter that has been smashed through those years of high level training and competition. At the same time, he has always been vocal about avoiding taking too much damage in his fights.

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Joe Rogan claims he received inside information that UFC 217 is not doing well, in terms of sales.

The UFC’s 2017 card at Madison Square Garden will be headlined by UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping, as he defends his title for the second time against the returning Georges St-Pierre. But according to veteran analyst Joe Rogan, the card that will also feature two other title fights is not selling that well.

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