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Despite 10% Drop Since José Aldo's Withdrawal, UFC 189 Tickets Still Third Most Expensive Since 2010

It has been a whirlwind affair leading up to Saturday’s UFC 189 in Las Vegas. Initially set to be a UFC Welterweight Championship bout between reigning champion José Aldo and Conor McGregor, the fight will now see Chad Mendes fight in Aldo’s place after suffering a fractured rib during training. [...]

UFC 189: Early Predictions for Mendes vs. McGregor Main Event

UFC 189's main event of Chad Mendes and Conor McGregor isn't the featherweight title fight fans thought they'd be seeing, but it's one of the best consolation prizes the organization could have offered. Jose Aldo and the featherweight...Show More Summary

Chad Mendes vs. Conor McGregor: A Full Head-to-Toe Breakdown

UFC 189 is just days away. Hopefully you've accepted Jose Aldo's injury as fate, as an opportunity for the UFC to finally test Conor McGregor against the sort of competitor MMA fans have been calling for. Last time out, Conor McGregor was busy showcasing his skills in front of thousands of Irish faithful at the TD Garden in Boston. Show More Summary

Jose Aldo's out-of-competition drug test results come back clean for UFC 189 after fishy fiasco

Mixed martial arts (MMA) conspiracy theorists took a big blow earlier this week when drug test results for Jose Aldo came back clean. Indeed, brows furrowed when the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Featherweight champion was forced...Show More Summary

UFC 189: Who's on the Hot Seat in Las Vegas This Weekend?

Although UFC 189 lost Jose Aldo, it remains an outstanding event that is filled with big names. Some of those noteworthy individuals will be competing for UFC gold. With Aldo out, Conor McGregor will now battle Chad Mendes for an interim featherweight championship. Show More Summary

Could Mendes' "Personal" Vendetta Against McGregor Be His Downfall?

Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC Chad Mendes hit the gold rush when José Aldo was forced out of UFC 189’s main event clash with Conor McGregor. Under no under circumstances could ‘Money’ be looking at a third title shot against Aldo so soon, and securing the interim title over McGregor should definitely do that. Show More Summary

'UFC 189 Embedded,' No. 5: Questionable fireworks, and 'the biggest UFC fight in history'

While it no longer features UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo, this weekend still features arguably the biggest featherweight fight in UFC history. “UFC 189 Embedded” is covering the participants all week long. The online series previews (...)

Jose Aldo passed controversial out-of-competition UFC 189 test

Jose Aldo was negative for steroids and other performance-enhancers after a botched out-of-competition test conducted this past month by the NSAC in connection with Saturday’s UFC 189.Filed under: News, UFC

Patricio ‘Pitbull’ Freire: Bellator MMA Champion Claims He Can Defeat UFC Champion Jose Aldo In A Fight

When it comes to Bellator MMA, Patricio Freire is one of their better fighters, and it is not because he is the promotion’s champion. “Pitbull” has been in 26 fights, losing only two by decision, in which his latest victory was against Daniel Weichel at Bellator 138: Unfinished Business. Show More Summary

VIDEOS: McGregor vs. Mendes & Lawler vs. MacDonald ‘Countdown to UFC 189? Specials

It may not be the fight we (or the UFC) wanted, but dammit, it's the one we're going to get this weekend. Now that Jose Aldo has gone down with a rib injury, Conor McGregor will face Chad Mendes in the main event of UFC 189, and as such, the UFC has scrambled to release their traditional Countdown episodes to hype up the match. Show More Summary

Trading Shots: On Jose Aldo's injury withdrawal, and the rarity of fighters looking out for themselves

In this week’s Trading Shots, Danny Downes and Ben Fowlkes discuss UFC featherweight champ Jose Aldo’s decision to pull out of his UFC 189 bout with an injury, despite the pressure to stick it out and fight hurt.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

You serious? Bellator's Patricio 'Pitbull' Freire 'positive' he can beat UFC's Jose Aldo

Just like Conor McGregor, though, he won't be getting that chance any time soon... albeit for different reasons. Jose Aldo has no shortage of people who want to beat him up. It's hardly surprising given he hasn't lost a fight datingShow More Summary

'UFC 189 Embedded,' No. 4: McGregor adding new weapons to arsenal: swords, spears

While it no longer features UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo, next week still features arguably the biggest featherweight fight in UFC history. “UFC 189 Embedded” is covering the participants all week long.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos

Dana White expects UFC 189 to set U.S. gate record with $7 million in ticket sales on July 11

"Notorious" power? No Jose Aldo? No problem!. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White is still very confident that the upcoming UFC 189 pay-per-view (PPV) event set for July 11, 2015, in Las Vegas, Nevada, will do great...Show More Summary

Conor McGregor Is Preparing To Battle Chad Mendes At ‘UFC 189’ By ‘Having As Much Sex As Possible’

Throughout last month, Conor McGregor did his best to promote his upcoming championship fight with Jose Aldo. He did this by being as brash as he could, pulling off antics such as “stealing” Aldo’s championship belt during the UFC 189 press conference. Show More Summary

10-year coach Owen Roddy pulls back curtain on Conor McGregor's UFC 189 camp

Conor McGregor’s striking coach has echoed the brash Irishman’s proclamation that the late replacement of Jose Aldo with Chad Mendes is of little concern to him.Filed under: News, UFC

'Countdown' to UFC 189 promo: 'Mendes vs McGregor' debut episode set for Sunday on FOX Sports 1

The mourning period for Jose Aldo's injured ribs is over and it's time to get excited for the main event at UFC 189, which takes place one week from today (Sat., July 11, 2015) at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. That means it's also time to check out the "Countdown" to "Mendes vs. Show More Summary

Frankie Edgar: Conor McGregor vs Chad Mendes is a No. 1 contender fight, not a title bout

"Early on when I heard that [Jose Aldo] was injured we threw our hat in and said, you know, we would be willing to step in. [The UFC] decided to go with Chad [Mendes] for that role. I think the explanation was that he was the number one contender, I was two at the time. Show More Summary

UFC Quick Quote: Jose Aldo never earned a PPV bonus because he's the worst-drawing champion in history

"Conor did everything right, Jose did everything wrong as he always does. He's the worst drawing champion in the history of the UFC. Numbers don't lie; he is the worst draw with the belt. He's never made a pay-per-view bonus because he's never met a minimum threshold. Show More Summary

Did Conor McGregor go too far hyping up his UFC 189 fight with Jose Aldo?

One of the most highly anticipated UFC bouts in years has fallen apart with Jose Aldo’s injured rib forcing him out of the UFC 189 main event against Conor McGregor. But what do fellow UFC fighters think of McGregor’s verbal antics in hyping the planned bout?Filed under: (...)

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