UFC replaced its canceled Conor McGregor fight for another rematch, Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier for the light heavyweight title at UFC 200.
UFC fans, rejoice. Conor McGregor is not retired. He’s even willing to resume his spot in the main event at UFC 200.
A judge in Albuquerque, N.M., has spared former Ultimate Fighting Championship light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones from continued jail time that could have imperiled his scheduled main-event fight to regain the belt April 23 in Las Vegas.
Edgar (19-4-1), the former Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight champion riding a five-fight winning streak, is said to be in contention with former featherweight champion Jose Aldo of Brazil to fight Ireland’s charismatic McGregor in the main event of UFC 200 July 9 at the new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Moments after Nate Diaz choked out Conor McGregor and punched a big hole in the UFC’s plans, Diaz took the microphone and triumphantly, profanely declared his victory was “no surprise!”
Michael Bisping survived a wild ending to the third round and beat Anderson Silva Feb. 27 with a unanimous decision in the main event of UFC Fight Night 84.
Conor McGregor will fight Nate Diaz at UFC 196 on March 5 after champion Rafael Dos Anjos dropped out of their bout with a foot injury.
Sitting in a hospital room in Australia last November, her athletic aura of supreme dominance having been shattered a short time ago, Ronda Rousey hit rock bottom.
Among the millions who watched former boxing world champion Holly Holm out-punch Ronda Rousey to set up a stunning upset was Mauricio Sulaiman. The head of the World Boxing Council’s pulse raced at the sight.
Anthony “Rumble” Johnson scaled the octagon and beckoned at the fans to cheer for him even louder.