Conor McGregor officially stripped of UFC title following UFC 223

Justin Gaethje

Conor McGregor officially stripped of UFC title following UFC 223

UFC President Dana White mentioned Friday he spoke to McGregor by way of textual content and the brawler mentioned the confrontation "needed to be accomplished".

His father, Tony, also posted a photo of him and his son, decked out in formal wear, writing: "DNA, it's who we are". Two fighters on the cardboard, Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg, have been injured and later changed.

"There are further fights ahead of me, you know yourselves, with all kinds of chickens". When I'm looking at a fighter as spectacularly talented as Khabib fighting a guy like Al who is an nearly impossible underdog I'm not just looking at this fight, but I'm looking at openings that can possibly be exploited by the best fighters in the division. "But outside the ring, you have to carry yourself like a gentleman". "It's the elephant in the room", Eddie Alvarez, a former UFC title holder, said during an Instagram live session after UFC 223.

Conor McGregor tarnished the UFC brand when he was recorded on video throwing a trolley at a bus carrying UFC fighters last week.

McGregor's manager issued a statement on Saturday saying there was "misinformation" circulating about the Irish superstar. You see Conor going out there and doing this like, 'What the hell are you doing? "I think that there's a mutual respect between us and, obviously this week, I had so many things thrown at me". "To focus on this show was insane".

Sunrisers beat Mumbai in a nail biting finish
Sandeep, who replaced Bhuvneshwar, troubled the visiting skipper who was dropped by Deepak Hooda at mid-wicket in the fourth ball. Surya's partnership continued with Ben Cutting for 23 runs but soon Rashid Khan got the wicket of the Australian all-rounder.

BAILED Conor McGregor looks to move on from last week's antics as he poses with his partner and their son after it appears he has arrived back home.

The group, which included McGregor and Lobov, vandalized the vehicle that contained a number of athletes competing at the event taking place this weekend. Nurmagomedov certainly was thinking that way.

McGregor also supposedly broke a UFC employee's hand.

UFC lightweight contender Justin Gaethje believes he could "absolutely" defeat Khabib Nurmagomedov and inflict a first-ever loss on the Russian's ideal 26-0 record. "It's insane circumstances that we hope will never happen again, but you put a bunch of fighters in an arena and someone might fight each other".

On Saturday, Nurmagomedev won the 155-pound championship by unanimous decision over Al Iaquinta and proceeded to blast McGregor in the media. No more all these fake champions. "Now UFC has champion, and this champion wants to defend his title". Come here. Inside the cage, come.

Latest News