Following the news that former welterweight kingpin Georges St-Pierre had “started the USADA process” to mount a UFC comeback after three years away from the game, it appears that “Rush” has actually, finally set a date for his official return.
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.
The UFC 202 medical suspensions have been handed out, and the biggest news concerns that of headliner Conor McGregor. Following his thrilling main event win over Nate Diaz, there were some reports in the T-Mobile Arena that McGregor had suffered a broken foot. According to McGregor, his foot's not broken, but his shin was bothersome.