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Conor McGregor Calls Out Floyd Mayweather in Esquire

Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC Beloved and despised by his divisive behavior, Irish featherweight contender “The Notorious” Conor McGregor will challenge Brazilian arch-nemesis José Aldo at UFC 189, this upcoming July 11 th in Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena. Show More Summary

Jose Aldo's translator, WSOF's Saul Almeida: I wanted to slap Conor McGregor

When Saul Almeida agreed to be Jose Aldo’s translator for the UFC 189 world press tour, he had no idea the hornet’s nest he was stepping into. The culmination of the tour had him wanting to take a shot at McGregor. Filed under: Featured Videos, MMAjunkie Radio, (...)

Nate Diaz: Jose Aldo team f---ed up, should've smacked Conor McGregor's ass to the floor

One thing that is certain about Nate Diaz -- unlike his future fights -- is how the Stockton slugger doesn't bite his tongue and always tells it like it is. Like it or not. So when he gave his take on the memorable UFC 189 "World Tour,"...Show More Summary

Babality! Watch Jose Aldo clown Conor McGregor in new Mortal Kombat video for UFC 189

The "Embedded" video blogs have come to an end, but the UFC 189 hype is only just beginning. Not long after some creative jokesters released a video of Conor McGregor running scared at the sight of Jose Aldo, MMA World brings mixed martial...Show More Summary

Royce Gracie lost all respect for Conor McGregor after UFC 189 'World Tour'

Conor McGregor rubbed a lot of people the wrong way -- especially Jose Aldo -- during the UFC 189 "World Tour" that saw both "Notorious" and "Junior" embark on a journey across the globe to promote their upcoming title fight on JulyShow More Summary

Video: Watch today's incredibly uneventful face-off with Gabriel Gonzaga and 'Cro Cop'

In terms of heated face-offs, there were Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier, Michael Bisping vs. Tim Kennedy and – more recently – Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor. But Gabriel Gonzaga vs. Mirko Filipovic? Yeah, it was a remarkably tame affair.Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, (...)

Coach: Jose Aldo not stupid enough to stand with Conor McGregor, but might get submitted on the ground

So... who is the better striker, Jose Aldo or Conor McGregor? It may not matter when it comes time for their five-round main event at UFC 189, which takes place this July in Las Vegas, Nevada, because "Junior" isn't stupid enough toShow More Summary

Under the Magnifying Glass: Nelson vs. Hathaway

Photos by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC UFC 189 has emerged as one of the most anticipated events on the MMA horizon. Anchored by a featherweight title fight between Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor, and a welterweight title fight between Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald, it’s not difficult to understand why. Show More Summary

Jack Slack: Mendes vs. Lamas Breakdown

Photo by Mike Roach/Zuffa LLC The unstoppable march of Chad Mendes through anyone not named Jose Aldo continued last night, as he obliterated Ricardo Lamas, with no trouble at all, in the main event of UFC Fight Night: Fairfax. Elsewhere...Show More Summary

Quick Results: UFC Fairfax

Photos by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC Thanks to the buzz created by Conor McGregor, Jose Aldo, and their UFC 189 World Tour, the UFC’s Saturday stop in Fairfax wasn’t the most talked about event in recent memory. Despite that, the card delivered...Show More Summary

Is Chad Mendes the best fighter stuck in second place? And, if so, is that so bad?

Chad Mendes reaffirmed his position atop the featherweight contender ladder with a first-round destruction of Ricardo Lamas. But with champion Jose Aldo owning two wins over him, is Mendes doomed to spend his career as number two?Filed under: News, UFC

The Good, Bad and Strange from UFC Fight Night 63

The race for supremacy in the UFC's featherweight division has never been hotter than it is in 2015. No. 1 contender Conor McGregor literally chased l ong -reigning champion Jose Aldo around the world during the promotional tour forShow More Summary

Champ Jose Aldo predicts 'No. 1 fighter' Chad Mendes over Ricardo Lamas

Jose Aldo’s educated guess has Chad Mendes topping Ricardo Lamas when the featherweight contenders collide in Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 63 headliner.Filed under: News, UFC

McGregor takes MMA to the Irish Mainstream

Photos by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC There was no time wasted wondering what position featherweight champion Jose Aldo and title challenger Conor McGregor would occupy for their media scrums in Dublin on Tuesday. Two areas had been cordoned off for July 11’s 145 lbs championship pairing. Show More Summary

Bermudez vs. Stephens: UFC 189's Insurance Policy

Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC Thanks to Conor McGregor, José Aldo and the press rodeo that is their promotional world tour, UFC 189 is quickly becoming one of the most anticipated events on the MMA horizon. This fact is only cemented...Show More Summary

Chad Mendes vs. Ricardo Lamas free fight videos preview UFC Fight Night 63 main event

Hey, remember when Chad Mendes was just a wrestler? Welp, those days are over, since "Money" has racked up four of his last five wins by way of knockout or technical knockout. Heck, he even went toe-to-toe with Jose Aldo in the stand-up...Show More Summary

Twitter Mailbag: Sympathy for Jose Aldo, big expectations for 'Raging' Al

This week’s Twitter Mailbag looks back at lessons learned from the UFC 189 world tour, and ahead to UFC Fight Night 63. Will there also be some discussion about “Cyborg” Justino’s “Brazilian bootay”? Maybe.Filed under: News, UFC

Chad Mendes and Ricardo Lamas Fight to Stay in Fluid Featherweight Title Hunt

Chad Mendes and Ricardo Lamas haven’t enjoyed much promotional buildup in advance of Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 63. With Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo hogging the spotlight during their UFC 189 “world tour” this week and last, MendesShow More Summary

The Path of José Aldo: Fed to the Lions

Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC Alexandre Franca Nogueira is a name not known by many in the mixed martial arts world today, but from 2000 to 2005, Nogueira ruled the 145lbs weight class with an crushing grip. A practitioner of LutaShow More Summary

UFC Fight Night 63: Main Card Betting Odds and Predictions

At UFC Fight Night 63, Chad Mendes and Ricardo Lamas will both look to take one step closer to a potential rematch with Jose Aldo. In October, Mendes battled to a decision loss in a second clash with Aldo. Having already lost to the Brazilian champion twice, Mendes is going to have a tough time earning a third meeting with Aldo. Show More Summary

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