Surprise Surprise Mother F**ker, The King Is Back!!!

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He went back into the lion’s den and did exactly what he said he would do Conor McGregor got revenge! In a classic fight Conor McGregor avenged his only defeat in the UFC by winning a close majority decisions over Nick Diaz at UFC 202. Fans walked away with their money well spent Saturday night as McGregor and Diaz put on arguably one of the best UFC fights in years. You could feel the excitement in the arena as the fighters walked into the octagon. With a line of security separating the two, the T-mobile Arena was a rock show.

As the first round started McGregor looked very calmed and seemed to gained Diaz respect again with his punching power and timing. McGregor dropped Diaz three times and seemed to be controlling the early rounds. In the third round McGregor seemed to tire himself out and Diaz took full advantage, applying pressure to McGregor on the cage and landing power shots. However, McGregor seemed to find his second wind in the fourth round and was able to counter Diaz and defend his take downs attempts. The final round was close but exciting with both men giving it their all and ended with Diaz finally getting a take down in the final 10 seconds. Both men showed much respect after the fight and it was The Notorious one edging out a majority  decision. Both fighters felt they won the fight but at the end the real winners were the fans. Whats next for McGregor? A third and final fight with Nate Diaz at 155 like McGregor mentioned? A rematch with Jose Aldo at 147? It’s going to be very interesting these next couple of weeks but congratulations to both Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz for amazing night in the MMA world!

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Mayhem erupts at UFC 202 Press Conference. Conor McGregor – “You’ll do f**k’in nothing!”

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It went 0-100 real quick Wednesday afternoon when the UFC 202 press conference for Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor spiraled out of control. With a whole a lot of F-bombs, middle fingers, cans throwing and Dana White saying “Sorry guys, see you Saturday” fans left the press conference in shock after what took place between Diaz and McGregor.

The press conference went under way with all the fighter from the co-main event and the main event in attendance except McGregor. McGregor showed up late as usual and when asked why he was late McGregor responded by saying ” I thought the press conference started at 1:30, but I am here now”. Everything seemed to be going smooth until Diaz who had just been asked a question about a third fight with the Notorious one if he were to lose Saturday, abruptly got up and left the stage as McGregor was giving his response. As Diaz was walking through the crowd with his camp Diaz yelled “F**k your whole team, how about that”. The two began to exchanging words with McGregor screaming “You’ll do f**k’in nothing! Get the f**k out!” Things went out of control when it appeared someone from Diaz team threw a bottle and caused McGregor to lose his cool. McGregor than grabbed every bottle on stage and threw it towards Diaz and his team. Dana White tried to stop McGregor but nothing was working at this point. The press conference ended with Dana White telling the crowd “Sorry guys, see you Saturday” and just like that the conference was over. No word yet on if anyone involved will be punished but one thing is for sure, Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz just brought some extra heat to Vegas!

If you missed todays events I have posted the video of the UFC 202 press conference below.

 

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Diaz Vs. McGregor II Officially Fight Week!!

 

It is officially fight week in the UFC as Conor McGregor will look to avenge his only defeat in his UFC career against Nate Diaz. Nate and Conor will meet again after the two put on a classic battle back in March where Nate won by submitting the “Notorious One” in the second round. Both will be coming into the Octagon having a full training camp to prepare for each other. Both fighters have a lot to prove in the rematch and fans will be waiting to see how the fight will unfold. Fight week kicks off with the UFC 202 Press Conference Wednesday, August 17th and open workouts for the fighters Thursday. Fight week will end with the weigh-in Friday, August 19th at 7:00 pm ET/5:00 pm PT. The UFC 204 Press Conference will take place earlier that day at 5:00 pm ET/3:00 pm PT. You can watch these events on UFC.com or the official UFC Youtube page and other media outlets. If you haven’t been following the build up to the much anticipated rematch, the UFC “Bad Blood” special on Diaz vs McGregor II is worth the watch. I have attached the video above please let me know your guys thoughts are and who you are picking to come out victorious Saturday night!

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Diaz vs Mcgregor II UFC 202 Officially One Month Away

We are exactly one month away from UFC 202 Diaz vs McGregor II live in Las Vegas. Their first fight was a classic event. Nate Diaz took the fight on a eleven days notice after McGregor’s original opponent Rafael Dos Anjos pulled after the an injured foot. After news broke, Nate Diaz would be the replacement, the MMA world erupted with excitement. After Nate Diaz called out Conor in his last fight the world knew this would be an instant classic. Leading up to fight night, the trash talk between the two was more exciting than we have ever seen. In the fight McGregor appears to be taking it to Diaz with constant over hand rights busting up Diaz after the first round. 

However in the second round McGregor appeared to gas himself out and took an over hand left that stunned him and he never recovered. He tried for a take down and was submitted by a rear naked choke hold. Once Diaz vs McGregor II was announced for Aug 20 UFC 202, a fter Conor was pulled from UFC 200 due to not wanting to participate in press conference obligations, fans immediately became excited for the rematch. Now that we are exactly one month away the intensity will on grow. McGregor wanted to fight at the same weight to prove the first fight was a learning process. On Aug 20 we will see if those changes will overcome Nate Diaz. 

I personally believe Conor McGregor will make the proper adjustments and pull away with a victory setting up an amazing trilogy. Let the countdown begin, Aug 20th can’t come soon enough!

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