In the 10th and final episode of “UFC 189 World Championship Tour Embedded” in advance of July’s blockbuster featherweight title fight, champ Jose Aldo and challenger Conor McGregor wrap up a heated international jaunt. Filed under: News, UFC, (...)
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is capping off its annual "Fight Week" with a blockbuster pay-per-view (PPV) fight card, featuring a championship doubleheader that pits Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor for the featherweight crown, while Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald battle for the promotion's welterweight strap. Show More Summary
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo isn’t scheduled defend his title against Irish bad boy Conor McGregor until UFC 189 on July 11. However, Aldo, McGregor, and UFC president Dana White are all currently on a 10-city world tour promoting the event. And at the rate things are going, these two aren’t going to make it […]
The vast majority of us were stunned into silence when Conor McGregor snatched Jose Aldo’s UFC featherweight title belt and raised it aloft at their recent Dublin press conference. But divisional rival Chad Mendes insisted the Brazilian...Show More Summary
José Aldo went to Ireland knowing what he was getting into. He was obviously expecting a barrage of drunk and brave Irish fans saying all sorts of silly things to rile up the Brazilian champion, whom the “hometown boy” Conor McGregor...Show More Summary
Headlined by a highly anticipated 145-pound title bout between Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor, UFC 189 has now added another featherweight contest including Dennis Bermudez and Jeremy Stephens. The UFC announced the matchup on their website on Monday. In his most recent outing, Bermudez had a seven-bout winning streak broken by Ricardo Lamas. Show More Summary
The UFC’s Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo are scheduled for a reckoning this Summer. The two power-house mixed martial artists are scheduled to face off July 15th at UFC 189 in Las Vegas, Aldo bringing with him the championship belt and...Show More Summary
Chad Mendes has a vested interest in the UFC 189 featherweight title fight between Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor. That’s mainly because he’s on the short-list of candidates to fight the winner.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
He also warns Irish fans to be prepared to bow down to him... Jose Aldo was having none of Conor McGregor's belt-snatching antics, as the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight king did his part to try and get his hardware...Show More Summary
Conor McGregor has made a habit of antagonizing UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo ahead of their July 11 title bout, but the Irish firebrand may have gone a step too far when he snatched Aldo's title belt Tuesday during a news conference in his home country, nearly sparking a brawl.
In the latest edition of The List, we take a look at some of the other biggest hyped fights in UFC history with Conor McGregor vs. Jose Aldo looming in July. Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
McGregor snatched Aldo’s belt and shouted “You’re looking at the king!”
After an incredibly intense 11 days, spanning eight cities and three continents, the curtain finally closed on the unprecedented UFC 189 promotional tour today in Dublin.Filed under: News, UFC
If you’re willing to talk trash, the UFC is willing to promote you.
Another day, another intense face-off between UFC featherweight champion and his UFC 189 opponent, Conor McGregor.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
Two CLASSIC moments at the UFC 189 media event in Ireland moments ago -- when two fans hijacked the mic and started talking SMACK right to Jose Aldo... and IT'S HILARIOUS!!! FYI -- Dana White opened up the event for questions from the media (and…
As the UFC 189 tour made its last stop in Dublin, featherweight champ Jose Aldo was met with a torrent of abuse from the Irish fans. It might have been unpleasant, but it might also have been just what he needed.Filed under: News, U...
UFC 189’s promotional “world tour” wrapped up in Dublin on Tuesday, with Jose Aldo, Conor McGregor and the excitement for their featherweight title fight all still alive and well. But there were some touchy moments there, right? During...Show More Summary
UFC featherweight contender Conor McGregor gave Irish fans quite a treat on the final leg of the 10-city world tour to promote his upcoming fight with champion Jose Aldo at UFC 189. In front of a raucous crowd in Dublin, Aldo declared himself the "King of Dublin," through his translator. Show More Summary
"You're looking at the king! You're not the king of Dublin, you're nothing!!" It's going to be a real shame when this circus act has to end (with Conor McGregor's decapitation). After the jump: A full replay of the UFC World Tour Dublin...Show More Summary